Today, wild horses inhabited two new nature reserves in Central Europe

2020 - 11 - 14

The two new wild horse reserves have been established today in Central Europe. Both localities are located in naturally waterlogged biodiverse landscapes in different parts of the Czech Republic. Both areas are important in terms of both water retention and their biodiversity alike.

The first locality comprises wetland adjacent to a pond called Baroch. The second is located in the floodplain of Luznice River in a National Nature Reserve called „Old and New river“. The latter locality is of special importance as horses there are supposed to help maintain exceptionally preserved floodplain neadow-woodland mosaic ecosystem inhabited by beaver, Eurasian moose and numerous other protected species.

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