Warta Mouth National Park

,,Ujście Warty” National Park is located in the western part of the country, within the estuary of the Warta River to the Oder River. Established in 2001, t is the youngest national park in Poland, covering an area of about 8,000 hectares. The symbol of the Park is the tundra goose.

The ,,Ujście Warty” National Park protects wetlands, which are a valuable habitat for wetland birds. Ornithologists will find interesting species here at any time of the year. In spring there will be large flocks of colorful ducks flocks of colorful ducks, in summer birds of prey gliding high in the sky, in autumn bustling flocks of northern geese and cranes, and in winter stately whooper swans. A tour of the Park should begin with a visit to the ,,Ujście Warty” National Park Visitor Centre in Słońsk. The multimedia exhibition will spark your curiosity about nature and help to plan a field trip.


,,Ujście Warty” National Park

Chyrzyno 1

69-113 Górzyca


Tel: 95 752 40 27




The public task is co-financed from the funds received from the Marshal's Office of the Lubuskie Voivodeship