Černý rybník (Black Pond) – a peat bog with carnivorous sundews
Dry sandstone landscape in which a spring – peat bog – suddenly appears. It’s no accident that you can find many rare animals and plants there.
What will you see? A pond fed by one of the most plentiful springs in northern Bohemia, a peat bog with rare flora and fauna. The transition peat bog of Černý rybník offers sanctuary to many rare animals and plants. The critically endangered species include the white beak-sedge. With regard to endangered species, the slender sedge, bog cranberry and carnivorous round-leaved sundew can be mentioned. The local vertebrates include the agile frog, viviparous lizard and common European adder. Insects are represented, for example, by the rare emperor dragonfly and common hawker.
- Easily accessible