Wolin National Park is one of 23 national parks on Polish territory. Park is located in the province. West in the central-western part of Wolin Island, between the Baltic Sea and Szczecin Lagoon. Is Poland's first marine park, was created March 3, 1960, the biggest attraction of the landscape is a cliff on the Baltic coast and Szczecin Lagoon. The most interesting are the old parties Park beech forests with rare plants. In the Wolin National Park found to have approximately 230 species of birds: eagles, aquatic warblers, flycatchers small, buzzards, many species of owls, sawyers. There are also mammals: badger,
ermine, deer, raccoon dogs, martens, foxes, porpoises, bats, American mink, muskrats, deer, raccoon, Raccoon, bison, wild boar.