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» Protected Areas » Körös-Maros National Park » Introducion of the units » Flood plains of river Maros
Flood plains of river Maros
 

Photo: Tóthné Hanyecz KatalinThe Makó-Landori forest became a nature reserve in 1990. Since this time the floodplain of river Maros has been paid an adequate regard concerning its natural values. In 1999 the protected area was enlarged, and at present its 2852 hectares are the integrated part of the Körös-Maros National Park. The right side floodplain of river Maros on its Hungarian section has an important role in the Hungarian ecological network with its variegated habitats and protected values. The spacious forests on the wide and picturesque sections of the floodplain offer extraordinarily beauteous landscape and excellent habitats for the living creatures. The gravelly shallows of the river, the undisturbed isles in the riverbed, the centuries old willows, black and white poplars, grasslands and hayfields recall the landscape of the ancient ages. Most of the forests are hardwood gallery forests with some smaller communities of softwoods. The very old individuals of black poplar can be seen in many parts of the floodplain. However the survival of gene stock of this long-life, photophilous tree is threatened by the hybridisation with the selected poplars. Some protected native fish species also live in this nature-protected area e.g. the long-whiskered gudgeon, striped ruff, chop and little chop. The protected striped ruff and golden spiny loach are found frequently in the river Maros. The oxbows offer excellent habitats for amphibians and reptiles. The area is one of the most significant habitats of the protected Banat snail (Chilostoma banatica) in Hungary. The raven, black woodpecker, roller and bee-eater are the most valuable nesting bird species of woods and steep banks. The little ringed plovers nest on the gravelly shallows while the communities of grey herons, night herons and little egrets nest on the undisturbed aits of the river.

   
 
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