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The Owl Mountains ecosystem – Ekosystem Gór Sowich. The Owl Mountains mountain range i s situated in Central Sudetes in Poland in the south-western part of Poland in Lower Silesia. . Mammals of the animal world. Fox. Boar. Mouflon. Deer. Hare. Squirrel. Hedgehog. Badger. Weasel.

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The Owl Mountains ecosystem –

Ekosystem Gór Sowich

The Owl Mountains mountain range issituated in Central Sudetes in Poland in the south-western part of Poland in Lower Silesia.


Mammals of the animal world

Fox

Boar

Mouflon

Deer


Hare

Squirrel

Hedgehog

Badger

Weasel

Marten


Small Mammals

Mouse

Vole

Nordic

Mole

Pine vole Pitymys subterraneus


Water shrew

Garden dormouse

Otter

Dormouse


Birds

Partridge

Buzzard

Pheasant


Sparrow hawk

Hawk

Kestrel


Black Woodpecker

Finch

Woodpecker

Jay


Skylark

Eagle-owl

Cuckoo

Tawny

Nutcracker


Amphibians

Newt

Common Frog

Frog

Salamander


Reptiles

Sand Lizard

Grass snake

Viviparous lizard

Viper

Smooth snake

Worm


Insects

Celastrina argiolus

Scarce Swallowtail

Oct

Arctia caja


Proserpinus proserpina

Capricorn

Stag beetle

Nymphalid


Flora

Spruce

Beech


Fir

Maple

Pine

Oak


Lime

Ash


Oxalis

Ferns

Homogyne


Hazel

Blackberries

Mezereon

Blueberries

Raspberries


Protected

Carlina vulgaris

Lily

Colchicum autumnale


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