Kampinos

Kampinos

 

(Kampinoski Park Narodowy), a scenic park(since 1959) in Poland. Area, 22, 353 hectares (1970). It is locatedon the left bank of the Vistula and adjoins Warsaw to the north-west. The ancient Vistula valley has sand dunes (covered mainlyby pine forest) and marshes. Elk, roe deer, and boar inhabit thepark, and the common crane, black stork, short-toed eagle, andcommon heron nest there. The park has ten preserves (1, 890hectares) and a museum.

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2013: Small mammals of Kampinos National Park and its protection zone, as revealed by analyses of the diet of tawny owls (Strix aluco Linnaeus, 1758).
The oil-based liquid employed in the research was kerosene oil "Dragon" that is produced by "Zaklad Chemii Budowlanej" (Kampinos, Poland).
The oil-based liquid employed in the sorption testing was kerosene oil "Dragon" (produced by "Zaklad Chemii Budowlanej" in Kampinos, Poland) and its emulsions with various concentrations of dispersed phase.
Porto, the only male in the new Czech herd, has arrived from Kampinos, a national park near the Polish capital Warsaw.
Cwiakalski pointed out it was common practice to tranquilise European elks (similar to the North American moose) that have strayed into Warsaw before transporting them back to the Kampinos Forest north-west of the city.
8 KAMPINOS FOREST This large complex of marshy woodlands located some twenty miles west of Warsaw is a place of much inspiration for me.
The species was then declared protected, and an intensive reintroduction program was undertaken using a large enclosure in Kampinos National Park (Serafinski 1969).