SLOVAK PARADISE NATIONAL PARK
spreads in the Northeast part of the Slovak Ore Mountains. On natural values and beauties particularly reach region with the complex of coniferous and deciduous forests is located on the originally coherent, erosion impaired platform. Mountain plains, deep canyons, gorges, waterfalls, surface karst features, and attractive underground spaces with stalactite and ice decorations are most typical phenomena of the landscape. The highest point of the National Park is Predná hoľa (1545 meter above sea level). The most famous gorges are Suchá Belá, Piecky, Sokol and Kyseľ with numerous waterfalls. The remains of the originally flat relief are plateaus Glac, Geravy, Pelc and Skala.
Slovak Paradise National Park was founded in 1988 as stated in Ordinance of the Slovak Government No. 23/1988 Coll. In Ordinance of Slovak Government of 15th of December 2015 declaring Slovak Paradise National Park, its zones and buffer zone is Slovak Paradise National Park established again.
Area of the territory
Buffer zone: 5 475 ha
Degrees of protection
Buffer zone: 2
When receiving the notification from the citizen about occurrence of injured, ill, confine or other handicapped protected animal, operator will give you a number of the rehabilitation station, which is nearest to the place of finding (operating center of the line 112 has access to emergency phone numbers of the departments of the State Nature Conservancy Authorities).
Breeding and rehabilitation station works continuously. Based on the announcement, the station will send the intervention group, which ensure a transport and care about injured protected animal.
Mentioned instructions are related to protected species only, including protected animal spieces, which are allowed to hunt. It shall be not applicable to non-protected animals, dead animals, and animals which are allowed to hunt and are not protected.
All wild birds are protected animal species.
More information can be found on the website sopsr.sk