Oak, Lord of the forest
Spačva forest is the largest, whole forest of commen oak in Europe. Today, the forest of Spačva are mostly rich in trees that are about 80 to 120 years old. Slavonian red oak tree has marked the life near forests, and even today specialists from all over the world admire its beauty and quality. It is an extremely long-living type of tree; people say it grows for a hundred years, lives a hundred years and then dies for a hundred years. Its crown hides protected animal species like oak longicorns (Cerambyx cerdo), stag beetle (Lecanuc cervus), white-tailed eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla), collared flycatcher (Ficecula slbicollis), middle spotted woodpecker (Dendrocopos medius), black stork (Ciconica nigra)… The area of Spačva forest pool is rich in watercourses, among which the most important are Virovi (Whirlpools), protected landscape and heaven for lovers of effusive and intact nature.