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Category: National parks, Local time: 09:09:02, Altitude: 772m
We can find Nova Louka Nature Reserve in the northern part of the Czech Republic
, near the village Bedřichov
, in the Jizera Mountains
. Nova Louka Nature Reserve covers an area of 32 ha. It is situated in a flat basin, along the Blatný Stream, at an altitude of 765-780 m. It is a complex of peaty spruce forests and meadows, and it has been protected since 1960. The average annual temperature is 4.3° C, and the annual rainfall is 1 363 mm. On 29 July 1897, it has reached the European rainfall record of 345 mm in 24 hours. Nova Louka Nature Reserve is also important thanks to the local fauna and flora. You will find here over 110 species of higher plants (e.g. bog rosemaries, bogberries, round-leaved sundews, crowberries…) , more than 150 species of butterflies and many relic species of spiders. It is also the nesting area of rare birds such as hedge sparrow, crossbill, spotted nutcracker, etc. Nova Louka Nature Reserve also offers an architectural monument – the mountain hut Šámalova chata, which is opened throughout the year. It offers refreshments and accommodation.
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Last update: Nov 10, 2012 12:05:19 PM
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: hiking, fishing, cycling Character of the park
: lake, suburban Protected animal species
: Bengali white tiger, panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca), falcon, red panda (Ailurus fulgens), tiger (Panthera tigris), crocodile Other services
: restaurant, beach, fastfood Distance from the main road
: 7.954841574971 Nearest railway station
: 10.164641054919 Why to go there?
: unique fauna, unique flora, marshland