The Roztocze National Park is located in the system of protected areas of Roztocze, Puszcza Solska and Zamojska Basin at regional, national and international levels. This network includes: the national park, nature reserves, parks and protected areas of Natura 2000 network and corridors - legally resulting from the Nature Conservation Act.
The Roztocze National Park concentrates four basic types of ecological corridors in its area and the immediate vicinity: forest, non-forest land (xerotherms, agrocoenoses), wetlands (river, valley, peatlands - low, transitional and high and varying degrees of humid forests, mainly forest marshes), air (migration of birds and bats) and two types of local corridors - located in the Park, related to areas located in the immediate vicinity: the migration of herpetofauna (along and across the routes running through RNP) and the migration of large and medium-sized mammals (across the routes running through RNP).
RPN/SB ZMŚP Roztocze
Text: Przemysław Stachyra