Open-air cages with wild animals are located near the Museum of Nature and occupy an area of about 20 hectares. A walk through the enclosures takes from 1 to 2 hours.
A small forest zoo - demonstration open-air cages with wild animals - allows the national park visitors to admire the majestic bison, graceful deer and roe deer, see the cautious lynx, wolves, the bear, the fox, some species of predatory birds, among which our biggest owl attracts attention – the long-eared eagle owl.
In addition to native species, there are some animals in the open-air cages imported at different times into the territory of our country: fallow deer, spotted deer, the raccoon dog.
The most famous inhabitant of the open-air cages is definitely the bison - a contemporary of mammoths and woolly rhinoceroses.
The entrance to the open-air cages with wild animals is charged. Tickets can be bought at the ticket office located at the National park main entrance.