Our cows love taking care of their babies! First mother in this year it was Mysza -current leader of the herd. Our bull, Popłoch, doesn’t have to much to say in this topic. Most of his time is spent away from the herd. Now, we can present you our photo shoots with our baby bisons. As you can see, they are shy and hiding behind mum :)


Opening hours

1 July 2020

Starting 1 July 2020, Wild Farm  is open from: Tuesday – Sunday, from 10 o’clock to 18 o’clock. ( The last tickets we sell at 17.30 o’clock).

Due to the epidemiological situation, the safety rules adopted by us are still in effect in our Wild Farm ( the rules are one post below). Take care of us and yourself. :)

29 May 2020

Dear visitors,

Due to the changing restrictions on COVID-19, please use masks in the Wild Farm  and keep a safe distance between groups. If you forget your mask you can buy one here! 

Each group of visitors will be asked to fill a contact information card. 

Please bear in mind the safety of all visitors and animal keepers.

See you tommorow!

We are pleased to inform you that our Wild Farm will be open for visitors starting 30 May 2020 (Saturday). However, due to the situation with COVID-19, we are forced to introduce new rules. We present ‘The New Rules’:

  1.  We will be open: 30.05-01.06.2020, 06-07.06.2020, 11-14.06.2020, 20-21.06.2020 and 27-28.06.2020 from 10 o’clock to 18 o’clock, with last entry at 17.30 o’clock.
  2. Guided tours of visitors and directly feeding animals are suspended for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  3. Tours of the Farm will take place every 10minutes in groups.
  4. Visitors will be asked to wear a mask.
  5. At the entrance you must disinfect your hands.
  6. In the main hall, there will be played 5-minute presentation about important information on our Wild Farm and our animals.
  7. Visitors can observe the bisons and lynxes and the Wild Farm through the self-traced route in one direction only ( to avoid passing each other on the footbridge, lookout tower and paths).
  8. During the tour, visitors will be asked to keep safe distances between groups.
  9. Once in every hour (at the full hour) will be a demonstration feeding by keeper. Visitors can’t feed any animal and must observe the feeding from behind the railing.

Sorry for all the inconvenience, however, everything is for your safety. We will keep you informed about further changes. See you soon!

22 April 2020



17 April 2020

In January this year, we received information about a lonely baby bison who was in the Forest Inspectorate in Różańko. His mother probably died in a car accident so the little bison was looking for his herd. Unfortunately, there is no herd in the area. The little bull went near Ostrowiec, where some cows took care of him. This herd became a temporary foster family. Bolek, the little bull’s name, lives with cows for almost 2 weeks.  Last Wednesday, i.e. April 15, 2020 Bison Emergency carried out the action of caching Bolek and transporting him to a free-living herd in Drawsko Forest District.

The farmer, Przemysław Obielak, informed us about the presence of the bison. Additionally, we would like to thank Mr. Przemysław for help in taking care of Bolek and in the action of catching him.

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