Ujście Warty National Park was created in 2001. The park area is 8074 hectares. It is located in Toruń-Eberswalde glacial valley near western border of Poland. The Warta River flows through the middle of the park. The land constitutes of meadows, pastures and reeds mosaic. 270 species of birds can be observed in the park, 26 of them belong to world endangered species. The park area characterizes in variety of birds. Sometimes during only one day there are 250 thousand birds. One of the curiosities of the park is also noted in autumn when about 200 thousand geese are noted during a day. Moreover, in the area there are also 39 species of mammals, 35 fish and 500 plants. In the southern part of the park, which is not protected by a floodbank, the water level changes up to 4 meters. It is an excellent place for wildlife watching and photographers. The park is also popular among people who enjoy peace and quite; vast, open spaces and farm tourism.