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Beljarica Foreland

44.90253 , 20.37556

Serbia

The floodplains of Beljarica, north of the Pupin’s Bridge, are the home of the very best birding in Belgrade. Located between the River Danube and the levee, Beljarica is a spacious flood retention basin (2.1 km at its widest point) of seasonally inundated riparian forests of willow and poplar, with stands of oak and ash, yet largely under industrial black poplar plantations, river arms and ponds. 60 mammal (Wild Boar, Roe Deer, Wildcat, Golden Jackal, Eurasian Otter, Eurasian Beaver) and 185 bird species (155 of them strictly protected) were recorded here. Among them are breeding Black Storks and no less than 3 pairs of White-tailed Eagles.

SPRING: Waterbirds recorded in Beljarica include Garganey and Ferruginous Duck, Black-crowned Night Heron and the Squacco Heron. Marsh Harrier is present year-round. Common Kingfisher, Hoopoe and the European Bee-eater come from their nesting holes at the high loess-bluff of the opposite, right bank of the river. In spring, look out for the Alpine Swift (breeding in the city). Also, breeding Red-backed Shrike, Penduline Tit, Icterine Warbler, Eastern Olivaceous Warbler and Barred Warbler certainly deserve a mention. Black Woodpecker is characteristic of the area, as well as the Eurasian Hobby.

In WINTER months, there would be numerous Great Egrets, ducks and cormorants, Hen Harrier and Marsh Harriers, an extrovert Eurasian Sparrowhawk, possibly a more introvert Northern Goshawk too, half a dozen to a dozen White-tailed Eagles. Also, a rare Greater Spotted Eagle was spotted here in December (only about a dozen of them overwinter in Serbia). Other notable species are Great Grey Shrike, Eurasian Tree Sparrow, Water Pipit and Meadow Pipits, flocks of Bramblings, Hawfinches and Yellowhammers…

PROTECTION STATUS: Beljarica is a part of the international ecological corridor along the Danube River, the “Confluence of the Sava and the Danube Rivers” Important Bird Area (IBA) and, from August 2022, part of the new, backwaters nature reserve "Foreland of the Left Bank of the Danube near Belgrade", also known as the Belgrade Amazonia.

THREATS: Despite the fact that Beljarica is protected within the Danube Foreland Reserve, in April 2023 the Minister of Construction, Goran Vesić, announced its total annihilation through the construction of the new Port of Belgrade inside and instead of Beljarica Reserve!

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Coordinates were changed by Dragan Simic : 44.9025/20.3756 (2023-05-06 06:37:03 )

Coordinates were changed by Dragan Simic : 44.9048/20.3747 (2023-05-06 06:36:31 )

Coordinates were changed by Dragan Simic : 44.9059/20.3744 (2023-05-06 06:35:17 )

Coordinates were set by Dragan Simic : 44.9059/20.3759 (2023-05-05 06:22:06 )

Site name was set by Dragan Simic as "Beljarica Foreland" (2023-05-05 06:22:06 )

Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-06 07:50:48
The floodplains of Beljarica, north of the Pupin’s Bridge, are the home of the very best birding in Belgrade. Located between the River Danube and the levee, Beljarica is a spacious flood retention basin (2.1 km at its widest point) of seasonally inundated riparian forests of willow and poplar, with stands of oak and ash, yet largely under industrial black poplar plantations, river arms and ponds. 60 mammal (Wild Boar, Roe Deer, Wildcat, Golden Jackal, Eurasian Otter, Eurasian Beaver) and 185 bird species (155 of them strictly protected) were recorded here. Among them are breeding Black Storks and no less than 3 pairs of White-tailed Eagles. SPRING: Waterbirds recorded in Beljarica include Garganey and Ferruginous Duck, Black-crowned Night Heron and the Squacco Heron. Marsh Harrier is present year-round. Common Kingfisher, Hoopoe and the European Bee-eater come from their nesting holes at the high loess-bluff of the opposite, right bank of the river. In spring, look out for the Alpine Swift (breeding in the city). Also, breeding Red-backed Shrike, Penduline Tit, Icterine Warbler, Eastern Olivaceous Warbler and Barred Warbler certainly deserve a mention. Black Woodpecker is characteristic of the area, as well as the Eurasian Hobby. In WINTER months, there would be numerous Great Egrets, ducks and cormorants, Hen Harrier and Marsh Harriers, an extrovert Eurasian Sparrowhawk, possibly a more introvert Northern Goshawk too, half a dozen to a dozen White-tailed Eagles. Also, a rare Greater Spotted Eagle was spotted here in December (only about a dozen of them overwinter in Serbia). Other notable species are Great Grey Shrike, Eurasian Tree Sparrow, Water Pipit and Meadow Pipits, flocks of Bramblings, Hawfinches and Yellowhammers… PROTECTION STATUS: Beljarica is a part of the international ecological corridor along the Danube River, the “Confluence of the Sava and the Danube Rivers” Important Bird Area (IBA) and, from August 2022, part of the new, backwaters nature reserve "Foreland of the Left Bank of the Danube near Belgrade", also known as the Belgrade Amazonia. THREATS: Despite the fact that Beljarica is protected within the Danube Foreland Reserve, in April 2023 the Minister of Construction, Goran Vesić, announced its total annihilation through the construction of the new Port of Belgrade inside ​​Beljarica!and instead of Beljarica Reserve!
Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-06 06:36:06
The floodplains of Beljarica, north of the Pupin’s Bridge, are the home of the very best birding in Belgrade. Located between the River Danube and the levee, Beljarica is a spacious flood retention basin, 2.basin (2.1 km at its widest point and some 9 km2 of point) of seasonally inundated riparian forests of willow and poplar, with stands of oak and ash, yet largely under industrial black poplar plantations, river arms and ponds. 60 mammal (Wild Boar, Roe Deer, Wildcat, Golden Jackal, Eurasian Otter, Eurasian Beaver) and 185 bird species (155 of them strictly protected) were recorded here. Among them are breeding Black Storks and no less than 3 pairs of White-tailed Eagles. SPRING: Waterbirds recorded in Beljarica include Garganey and Ferruginous Duck, Black-crowned Night Heron and the Squacco Heron. Marsh Harrier is present year-round. Common Kingfisher, Hoopoe and the European Bee-eater come from their nesting holes at the high loess-bluff of the opposite, right bank of the river. In spring, look out for the Alpine Swift (breeding in the city). Also, breeding Red-backed Shrike, Penduline Tit, Icterine Warbler, Eastern Olivaceous Warbler and Barred Warbler certainly deserve a mention. Black Woodpecker is characteristic of the area, as well as the Eurasian Hobby. In WINTER months, there would be numerous Great Egrets, ducks and cormorants, Hen Harrier and Marsh Harriers, an extrovert Eurasian Sparrowhawk, possibly a more introvert Northern Goshawk too, half a dozen to a dozen White-tailed Eagles. Also, a rare Greater Spotted Eagle was spotted here in December (only about a dozen of them overwinter in Serbia). Other notable species are Great Grey Shrike, Eurasian Tree Sparrow, Water Pipit and Meadow Pipits, flocks of Bramblings, Hawfinches and Yellowhammers… PROTECTION STATUS: Also, Beljarica is a part of the international ecological corridor along the Danube River, the “Confluence of the Sava and the Danube Rivers” Important Bird Area (IBA) and, from August 2022, part of the new, backwaters nature reserve "Foreland of the Left Bank of the Danube near Belgrade", also known as the Belgrade Amazonia. THREATS: Despite the fact that Beljarica is protected within the Danube Foreland Reserve, in April 2023 the Minister of Construction, Goran Vesić, announced the construction of the new Port of Belgrade inside ​​Beljarica!
Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-05 17:58:24
The floodplains of Beljarica, north of the Pupin’s Bridge, are the home of the very best birding in Belgrade. Located between the River Danube and the levee, Beljarica is a spacious flood retention basin of Belgrade, basin, 2.1 km at its widest point and some 9 km2 of seasonally inundated riparian forests of willow and poplar, with stands of oak and ash, yet largely under industrial black poplar plantations, river arms and ponds. 60 mammal (Wild Boar, Roe Deer, Wildcat, Golden Jackal, Eurasian Otter, Eurasian Beaver) and 185 bird species (155 of them strictly protected) were recorded here. Among them are breeding Black Storks and no less than 3 pairs of White-tailed Eagles. SPRING: Waterbirds recorded in Beljarica include Garganey and Ferruginous Duck, Black-crowned Night Heron and the Squacco Heron. Marsh Harrier is present year-round. Common Kingfisher, Hoopoe and the European Bee-eater come from their nesting holes at the high loess-bluff of the opposite, right bank of the river. In spring, look out for the Alpine Swift (breeding in the city). Also, breeding Red-backed Shrike, Penduline Tit, Icterine Warbler, Eastern Olivaceous Warbler and Barred Warbler certainly deserve a mention. Black Woodpecker is characteristic of the area, as well as the Eurasian Hobby. In WINTER months, there would be numerous Great Egrets, ducks and cormorants, Hen Harrier and Marsh Harriers, an extrovert Eurasian Sparrowhawk, possibly a more introvert Northern Goshawk too, half a dozen to a dozen White-tailed Eagles. Also, a rare Greater Spotted Eagle was spotted here in December (only about a dozen of them overwinter in Serbia). Other notable species are Great Grey Shrike, Eurasian Tree Sparrow, Water Pipit and Meadow Pipits, flocks of Bramblings, Hawfinches and Yellowhammers… PROTECTION STATUS: Also, Beljarica is a part of the international ecological corridor along the Danube River, the “Confluence of the Sava and the Danube Rivers” Important Bird Area (IBA) and, from August 2022, part of the new, backwaters nature reserve "Foreland of the Left Bank of the Danube near Belgrade", also known as the Belgrade Amazonia. THREATS: Despite the fact that Beljarica is protected within the Danube Foreland Reserve, in April 2023 the Minister of Construction, Goran Vesić, announced the construction of the new Port of Belgrade inside ​​Beljarica!
Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-05 17:32:49
The floodplains of Beljarica, north of the Pupin’s Bridge, are the home of the very best birding in Belgrade. Located between the River Danube and the levee, Beljarica is a spacious flood retention basin of Belgrade, 2.1 km at its widest point and some 9 km2 of seasonally inundated riparian forests of willow and poplar, with stands of oak and ash, yet largely under industrial black poplar plantations, river arms and ponds. 60 mammal (Wild Boar, Roe Deer, Wildcat, Golden Jackal, Eurasian Otter, Eurasian Beaver) and 185 bird species (155 of them strictly protected) were recorded here. Among them are breeding Black Storks and no less than 3 pairs of White-tailed Eagles. SPRING: Waterbirds recorded in Beljarica include Garganey and Ferruginous Duck, Black-crowned Night Heron and the Squacco Heron. Marsh Harrier is present year-round. Common Kingfisher, Hoopoe and the European Bee-eater come from their nesting holes at the high loess-bluff of the opposite, right bank of the river. In spring, look out for the Alpine Swift (breeding in the city). Also, breeding Red-backed Shrike, Penduline Tit, Icterine Warbler, Eastern Olivaceous Warbler and Barred Warbler certainly deserve a mention. Black Woodpecker is characteristic of the area, as well as the Eurasian Hobby. In WINTER months, there would be numerous Great Egrets, ducks and cormorants, Hen Harrier and Marsh Harriers, an extrovert Eurasian Sparrowhawk, possibly a more introvert Northern Goshawk too, half a dozen to a dozen White-tailed Eagles. Also, a rare Greater Spotted Eagle was spotted here in December (only about a dozen of them overwinter in Serbia). Other notable species are Great Grey Shrike, Eurasian Tree Sparrow, Water Pipit and Meadow Pipits, flocks of Bramblings, Hawfinches and Yellowhammers… PROTECTION STATUS: Beljarica is a part of the international ecological corridor along the Danube River, the “Confluence of the Sava and the Danube Rivers” Important Bird Area (IBA) and, from August 2022, part of the new, backwaters nature reserve "Foreland of the Left Bank of the Danube near Belgrade", also known as the Belgrade Amazonia. THREATS: Despite the fact that Beljarica is protected within the Danube Foreland Reserve, in April 2023 the Minister of Construction, Goran Vesić, announced the construction of the new Port of Belgrade inside ​​Beljarica!
Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-05 17:32:11
The floodplains of Beljarica, north of the Pupin’s Bridge, are the home of the very best birding in Belgrade. Located between the River Danube and the levee, Beljarica is a spacious flood retention basin of Belgrade, 2.1 km at its widest point and some 9 km2 of seasonally inundated riparian forests of willow and poplar, with stands of oak and ash, yet largely under industrial black poplar plantations, river arms and ponds. 60 mammal (Wild Boar, Roe Deer, Wildcat, Golden Jackal, Eurasian Otter, Eurasian Beaver) and 185 bird species (155 of them strictly protected) were recorded here. Among them are breeding Black Storks and no less than 3 pairs of White-tailed Eagles. SPRING: Waterbirds recorded in Beljarica include Garganey and Ferruginous Duck, Black-crowned Night Heron and the Squacco Heron. Marsh Harrier is present year-round. Common Kingfisher, Hoopoe and the European Bee-eater come from their nesting holes at the high loess-bluff of the opposite, right bank of the river. In spring, look out for the Alpine Swift (breeding in the city). Also, breeding Red-backed Shrike, Penduline Tit, Icterine Warbler, Eastern Olivaceous Warbler and Barred Warbler certainly deserve a mention. Black Woodpecker is characteristic of the area, as well as the Eurasian Hobby. In WINTER months, there would be numerous Great Egrets, ducks and cormorants, Hen Harrier and Marsh Harriers, an extrovert Eurasian Sparrowhawk, possibly a more introvert Northern Goshawk too, half a dozen to a dozen White-tailed Eagles. Also, a rare Greater Spotted Eagle was spotted here in December (only about a dozen of them overwinter in Serbia). Other notable species are Great Grey Shrike, Eurasian Tree Sparrow, Water Pipit and Meadow Pipits, flocks of Bramblings, Hawfinches and Yellowhammers… PROTECTION STATUS: Also, Beljarica is a part of the international ecological corridor along the Danube River, the “Confluence of the Sava and the Danube Rivers” Important Bird Area (IBA) and, from August 2022, part of the new, backwaters nature reserve "Foreland of the Left Bank of the Danube near Belgrade", also known as the Belgrade Amazonia. THREATS: Despite the fact that Beljarica is protected within the Danube Foreland Reserve, in April 2023 the Minister of Construction, Goran Vesić, announced the construction of the new Port of Belgrade inside ​​Beljarica!
Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-05 16:59:55
The floodplains of Beljarica, north of the Pupin’s Bridge, are the home of the very best birding in Belgrade. Located between the River Danube and the levee, Beljarica is a spacious flood retention basin of Belgrade, 2.1 km at its widest point and some 9 km2 of seasonally inundated riparian forests of willow and poplar, with stands of oak and ash, yet largely under industrial black poplar plantations, river arms and ponds. 60 mammal (Wild Boar, Roe Deer, Wildcat, Golden Jackal, Eurasian Otter, Eurasian Beaver) and 185 bird species (155 of them strictly protected) were recorded here. Among them are breeding Black Storks and no less than 3 pairs of White-tailed Eagles. SPRING: Waterbirds recorded in Beljarica include Garganey and Ferruginous Duck, Black-crowned Night Heron and the Squacco Heron. Marsh Harrier is present year-round. Common Kingfisher, Hoopoe and the European Bee-eater come from their nesting holes at the high loess-bluff of the opposite, right bank of the river. In spring, look out for the Alpine Swift (breeding in the city). Also, breeding Red-backed Shrike, Penduline Tit, Icterine Warbler, Eastern Olivaceous Warbler and Barred Warbler certainly deserve a mention. Black Woodpecker is characteristic of the area, as well as the Eurasian Hobby. In WINTER months, there would be numerous Great Egrets, ducks and cormorants, Hen Harrier and Marsh Harriers, an extrovert Eurasian Sparrowhawk, possibly a more introvert Northern Goshawk too, half a dozen to a dozen White-tailed Eagles. Also, a rare Greater Spotted Eagle was spotted here in December (only about a dozen of them overwinter in Serbia). Other notable species are Great Grey Shrike, Eurasian Tree Sparrow, Water Pipit and Meadow Pipits, flocks of Bramblings, Hawfinches and Yellowhammers… PROTECTION STATUS: Also, Beljarica is a part of the international ecological corridor along the Danube River, the “Confluence of the Sava and the Danube Rivers” Important Bird Area (IBA) and, from August 2022, part of the new, backwaters nature reserve "Foreland of the Left Bank of the Danube near Belgrade", also known as the Belgrade Amazonia. THREATS: Despite the fact that Beljarica is protected within the Danube Foreland Reserve, in April 2023 the Minister of Construction, Goran Vesić, announced the construction of the new Port of Belgrade inside ​​Beljarica!

List up to ca. 25 species that:
• have a limited distribution range and/or are rare on a global level
• are most sought-after by birdwatchers at this site
• and are relatively easy to see at this site (year-round or seasonally)

Garganey (Spatula querquedula)
Ferruginous Duck (Aythya nyroca)
Black Stork (Ciconia nigra)
Great Egret (Ardea alba)
Squacco Heron (Ardeola ralloides)
Black-crowned Night-Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax)
White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla)
Eurasian Hoopoe (Upupa epops)
European Bee-eater (Merops apiaster)
Black Woodpecker (Dryocopus martius)
Red-backed Shrike (Lanius collurio)
Great Gray Shrike (Lanius excubitor)
Eurasian Penduline-Tit (Remiz pendulinus)
Eastern Olivaceous Warbler (Iduna pallida)
Icterine Warbler (Hippolais icterina)
Barred Warbler (Curruca nisoria)
Meadow Pipit (Anthus pratensis)
Water Pipit (Anthus spinoletta)

Alpine Swift (Apus melba) was deleted by Dragan Simic (2023-05-07 07:17:59)

Great Egret (Ardea alba) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-07 07:17:04)

Meadow Pipit (Anthus pratensis) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:29:49)

Water Pipit (Anthus spinoletta) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:29:34)

Great Gray Shrike (Lanius excubitor) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:29:18)

Black Woodpecker (Dryocopus martius) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:29:04)

Barred Warbler (Curruca nisoria) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:28:45)

Eastern Olivaceous Warbler (Iduna pallida) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:28:22)

Icterine Warbler (Hippolais icterina) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:28:05)

Eurasian Penduline-Tit (Remiz pendulinus) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:27:50)

Red-backed Shrike (Lanius collurio) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:27:33)

Alpine Swift (Apus melba) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:27:18)

European Bee-eater (Merops apiaster) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:26:58)

Eurasian Hoopoe (Upupa epops) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:26:41)

Squacco Heron (Ardeola ralloides) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:26:23)

Black-crowned Night-Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:26:07)

Ferruginous Duck (Aythya nyroca) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:25:45)

Garganey (Spatula querquedula) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:25:29)

White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:25:10)

Black Stork (Ciconia nigra) was added by Dragan Simic (2023-05-05 17:24:52)

Beljarica is a great site for general birding all year round. The earlier in the morning, the better—you will have the sun behind you and the birds will be more active. Avoid afternoons because the sun is in your eyes and the birds are in the backlight.

Give recommendations for making your visit as productive as possible.
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Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-14 05:41
Beljarica is a nice site to do great site for general birding all year round. The earlier in the morning, the better—you will have the sun behind you and the birds will be more active. Avoid afternoons because the sun is in your eyes and the birds are in the backlight.
Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-11 13:49
Beljarica is a nice site to do general birding all year round. The earlier in the morning, the better. You better—you will have the sun behind you and the birds will be more active. Avoid afternoons because the sun is in your eyes and the birds are in the backlight.
Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-05 17:00
The earlier in the morning, the better. You will have the sun behind you and the birds will be more active. Avoid afternoons because the sun is in your eyes and the birds are in the backlight.

The easiest access is by car from the Zrenjanin Road, through Kovilovo suburb, which is also reachable by public bus No. 106, yet the station is 4.5 km from the levee. 

Explain from where and how to get to this site with private and public transport.

Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-05 17:01
The easiest access is by car from the Zrenjanin Road, through Kovilovo suburb, which is also reachable by public bus No. 106, yet the station is 4.5 km from the levee. If you reach Beljarica by car, keep in mind that driving along the levee is prohibited and the barrier is often closed and locked. Park at the beginning of the route, but at the side – be sure not to block heavy lorries full of poplar trunks. 
Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-05 17:01
The easiest access is by car from the Zrenjanin Road, through Kovilovo suburb, which is also reachable by public bus No. 106, yet the station is 4.5 km from the levee. If you reach Beljarica by car, keep in mind that driving along the levee is prohibited and the barrier is often closed and locked. Park at the beginning of the route, but at the side – be sure not to block heavy lorries full of poplar trunks.

Keep in mind that driving along the levee is prohibited and the barrier is often closed and locked. Park at the beginning of the route, but at the side – be sure not to block heavy lorries full of poplar trunks.

Also, be boar aware and please follow the levee birding route (4 km). It is definitely not recommended to enter the basin itself, as wild sows with piglets can behave aggressively, and it is flooded in huge areas anyways.

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Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-06 07:03
Keep in mind that driving along the levee is prohibited and the barrier is often closed and locked. Park at the beginning of the route, but at the side – be sure not to block heavy lorries full of poplar trunks. Be Also, be boar aware and please follow the levee birding route (4 km). It is definitely not recommended to enter the basin itself, as wild sows with piglets can behave aggressively, and it is flooded in huge areas anyways.
Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-05 18:26
Keep in mind that driving along the levee is prohibited and the barrier is often closed and locked. Park at the beginning of the route, but at the side – be sure not to block heavy lorries full of poplar trunks. Be boar aware and please follow the levee birding route (3.6 km).(4 km). It is definitely not recommended to enter the basin itself, as wild sows with piglets can behave aggressively, and it is flooded in huge areas anyways.
Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-05 17:02
Keep in mind that driving along the levee is prohibited and the barrier is often closed and locked. Park at the beginning of the route, but at the side – be sure not to block heavy lorries full of poplar trunks. Be boar aware and please follow the levee birding route (3.6 km). It is definitely not recommended to enter the basin itself, as wild sows with piglets can behave aggressively, and it is flooded in huge areas anyways.

This “Foreland of the Left Bank of the Danube near Belgrade, in addition to Gornje Podunavlje Reserve and Koviljsko-petrovaradinski rit Reserve, is one of the largest flood zones in the entire Serbia, which clearly outlines the importance of this area regarding the protection of its natural phenomena and natural values.” (Source: Institute for Nature Conservation of Serbia)

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Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-05 17:03
This “Foreland of the Left Bank of the Danube near Belgrade, in addition to Gornje Podunavlje Reserve and Koviljsko-petrovaradinski rit Reserve, is one of the largest flood zones in the entire Serbia, which clearly outlines the importance of this area regarding the protection of its natural phenomena and natural values.” (Source: Institute for Nature Conservation of Serbia)

There are no facilities at the site itself (and it should remain so). A variety of options for accommodation and meals are available at Belgrade, including the nearest suburb of Krnjača.

Provide information about what type of facilities are available at
or near this site, including:
• information centers / information points
• catering
• accommodation
• hides and watchtowers
• restrooms / toilets

Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-07 19:39
None There are no facilities at the site itself (and it should remain so).so). A variety of options for accommodation and meals are available at Belgrade, including the nearest suburb of Krnjača.
Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-05 17:31
None (and it should remain so).

There is no shade on the levee—carry plenty of water on hot days.

Are there any security issues or other annoyances at this site? For
instance, these may include:
• offenses like robbery or theft
• natural hazards
• dangerous or annoying animals or plants (mosquitoes, leaches, thorn bushes, etc.)
• noise pollution

Edited by Dragan Simic on 2023-05-07 19:39
There is no shade on the levee—carry plenty of water on hot days.
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