Styria is the largest Slovenian region, divided into the Upper Styria and Lower Styria. The central vein of the Upper Styria is the Drava river flowing between Kozjak in the north and Pohorje on the south side. The Lower Styria is the area around the Savinja river. Pohorje is more than 1,500-meter-high natural oasis with forests, waterfalls and precious peat bogs. Styria is also known for its Drava and Ptuj lowlands and wine-growing hills. One of the important complexes of the compact lowland mixed forest and standing waters on the outskirts of the Drava lowland, is the Rački ribnik - Požega landscape park in the surroundings of the Rače municipality. The park is a living space for rare and endangered plant and animal species - which is not meant only in the regional and Slovenian scale. There are over 210 species of birds, 50 species of dragonflies, and 12 species of amphibians present there, if only the most noticeable and the loudest are mentioned. Therefore, you can capture more than 200 of bird species in your lens, a third of which will also be nesting in this park.
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