The reservation of Ludaško lake can be considered as an outdoor museum, with an interesting mixture of flora and fauna.
Lake Ludaš, one of the jewels of Vojvodina is only a few kilometres away from the northern border of Serbia, next to Lake Palić, which has been providing the inhabitants of the area with natural treasures and creative inspiration for a long time. It has been a nature reserve since 1955, and it was added to the Ramsar List of Wetlands of International Importance in 1977. The great importance of Lake Ludaš is due to the many habitat types found here (water, marshland, meadow and steppe). What makes this place truly exceptional is its rich flora and fauna. The lake and its surroundings, which are home to many species of birds, are particularly advantageous in ornithological respect. One can see, for example, purple herons, squacco herons, warblers, bearded reedlings, as well as numerous marsh and predatory birds. A Visitor and Research Centre has been established in Hajdukovo, which presents and preserves its surroundings, based on unique natural features.
Address Prespanska 12. Hajdukovo
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