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The Danube Delta is considered to be one of the richest and most diverse nature reserves in the world. It covers over 580,000 hectares located around the area where the River Danube flows into the Black Sea. The majority of the Delta lies in the
Tulcea county of Romania although some of the northern
fringes lie in Odessa Oblast of Ukraine.

The entire area was declared a National Biosphere
Reserve by the UNESCO in 1990 and in 1991 it was
named a World Heritage Site. The Delta consists of
a network of river channels, shallow bays and
hundreds of lakes, interspersed with extensive marshes
reed-beds, wooded areas and islands.

The Delta is Europe's largest area of wetland and reed
beds, and is a paradise for nature lovers, bird watchers,
anglers and eco tourists. There are over 5,000 species of fauna and flora including over 300 species of birds and over 75 varieties of fish to be found in the region. 

For anglers, the lakes and channels of the delta offer superb year round fishing opportunities with more than 75 species of fish being found in the region.
Sport fishing is allowed in designated areas year round although this is limited during the sprawling period from April to May, and a permit from the Fishing & Hunting Association in Tulcea is required. Fish to be found in the Danube waters include Black Sea sturgeon, bream, perch, zander, Danubian herring, pike, Danube mackerel, common carp, crucian carp, and catfish.
Catfish are regularly caught which are over two metres in length and there have been confirmed reports of even larger specimens.

Birds & Other Wildlife
The Danube Delta is arguably the best location in Europe for ornithologists, who travel here from all over the world to experience the abundant and unique bird life. The area is a important stop over and breeding ground for many bird species from Asia, Africa and Northern Europe.
The Delta is visited by cormorants, golden eagles, red breasted geese, herons, glossy ibises, avocets, shelduck, white-tailed eagles and various European song-birds, whooper swans, plovers, arctic grebes, cranes and half-snipes from Siberia, saker falcons from Mongolia, egrets, mute swans, and mandarin ducks from China.
From Spring until Autumn, the Delta is also home to some of Europe's largest pelican colonies.
In addition to birds, the Danube Delta is home to otters, muskrat, mink, foxes, wolves, boars, polecats and other animals, which live on the abundant small game and fish. The best time to see birds is from May to early June. The Danube Delta is one of the last refuges of the European mink and monk seal, and home to enot, coypu and muskrat, all North American species that have escaped from fur farms in the former communist Russia.

The Danube Delta is home to at least 1600 plant species, which fall into three main categories. The floating islets, plaur, that occupy much of the Delta's area are largely composed of reeds with mace reed, sedge, Dutch rush, yellow water-flag, water fern, water dock, water forget-me-not, water memlock and brook mint.
In the still backwaters, wholly submerged waterweeds include hornwort, water-milfoil, and water-thyme; while floating on the surface you'll find water plantain, arrowhead, duckweed, water soldier, white and yellow waterlily, frog bit, and marsh thistle.
The river banks are home to white willow and poplar, with isolated stands of alder and ash, while the more mature forests contain elm, oak, aspen and shrubs as blackhorn, howthorn and dogrose.
The pristine beauty of the Danube Delta, coupled with its rich bird, animal and plant life makes it the ideal destination for nature lovers, birders, anglers, and eco tourists. The area is an ideal 'get-away' for the increasing number of travellers whose primary motive is to escape from hectic city life to a calm and secluded natural environments.