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Swans dancing on the lakes in Neamt County

2 May 2018 No Comment

 Swans dancing on the lakes in Neamţ County

On lakes Pângăraţi, Vaduri and Bâtca Doamnei, situated on the middle course of River Bistriţa, all kind of water birds and especially beautiful, elegant swans can be admired all over the year, gliding gracefully on the clear and bright waters.

The birds that can be seen on the lakes in Neamţ are growing in number, year by year, delighting the watchers with their lovely and sometimes unusual appearance: the locals can’t help admiring them, and the tourists, fascinated by their beauty, enjoy watching them glide across the waters on and on and don’t leave the places until having taken photos of these tiny wonders of nature. So, if you happen to reach the area of the three lakes in Neamţ, don’t miss the opportunity to see the beautiful white swans, but also other water birds as: several species of ducks, populations of silver gull and many more.

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The lakes are located in natural areas of exquisite beauty. From the shores of Lake Bâtca Doamnei you can admire the panorama of Piatra Neamţ City, from the one side, and also you can see the magnificent Ceahlău Mountain in all its splendor, from the other side. Lake Vaduri and Lake Pangaraţi, situated one close to the other, also offer captivating panoramas, due to their location between Stânișoarei Mountains on the northern side and Goșman Mountains on the southern side.

All the above mentioned lakes were declared ornithological and faunal protected areas and represent an important link in preserving biodiversity and natural habitats for the entire eastern area of the European continent.

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