Ichnya National Nature Park
Park Overview
Ichnya National Nature Park is a protected area located in the Chernihiv region of Ukraine. Established in 2009, it covers an area of approximately 50,000 hectares and is known for its diverse flora and fauna. The park is named after the town of Ichnya, which is situated within its boundaries.

The main objective of Ichnya National Nature Park is to preserve and restore the unique natural ecosystems found in the region. It encompasses various types of landscapes, including forests, wetlands, meadows, and rivers. This diversity allows for the existence of a wide range of plant and animal species.

The park boasts an impressive number of plant species, with over 900 different types recorded within its borders. These include rare and endangered species such as orchids, lilies, and various medicinal plants. The park's forests are predominantly composed of oak, pine, birch, and ash trees.

Ichnya National Nature Park is also home to numerous animal species that inhabit its diverse habitats. Wildlife enthusiasts can spot mammals like deer, wild boar, foxes, hares, and even European bison in their natural habitat. The park is also a haven for birdwatchers as it provides a breeding ground for over 170 bird species including eagles, owls, woodpeckers, herons, and many others.

Aside from its ecological importance, Ichnya National Nature Park offers various recreational activities for visitors. There are several marked trails throughout the park that allow visitors to explore its stunning landscapes on foot or by bicycle. Fishing enthusiasts can enjoy angling in the park's rivers or lakes while nature lovers can simply relax amidst the peaceful surroundings.

The park also plays a crucial role in environmental education and research. It hosts educational programs for schools and organizes workshops to raise awareness about biodiversity conservation among locals

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