Zoological reserve of local significance, located northwest of the village Sylne.

Area – 120 hectares.

Forest massifs, with mainly ash-alder plantations, on partially swampy soils are protected here.

In addition to natural forests, there are cultivated pines and oaks about 100 years old.

Habitat and breeding territory of many Polessian species, including European badgers.

The central part of the reserve is swampy and overgrown with reeds by 80-85%. Marsh-marigold, yellow iris, creeping buttercup, Omsk sedge and sharp sedge can be found in Kempa.

The rest of the reserve is covered with forest, where black alder, common ash, hornbeam, hanging birch, and aspen grow.

European badger (Meles meles)


Alder forest

Вільховий ліс

Creeping buttercup (Ranunculus repens)

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Boundaries of the zoological reserve “Kempa” – 2nd quarter of Sylnensky Forestry


Yellow iris (Iris pseudacorus)

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