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The first administrative protection measures for the Obedska Pond date back in 1874 when it was protected as the Habsburg royal family's hunting grounds and in 1919 it became a famous hunting area of the Karadjordjevic's dynasty.
Based on the Ramsar Convention (1977) this area has been put on the list of swamps with international importance.
The Obedska Pond is also on the list of places with vital importance for birds in Europe.
In this relatively small area several different natural habitats exists with diverse botanical species.
It is necessary to underline the importance of bushes, trees, swamp and meadows for the survival of a very rich and diverse bird colony here. The total found number of species: 220 species of birds, 50 species of mammals, 16 species of fish, over 1200 species of insects, over 200 species of zooplankton, around 180 species of fungi, 500 species of plants and 50 species of moss.
Every year an international research campus is held hosting young people from all continents in the world.
Due to everything stated above Obedska Pond represents a natural value and extremely valuable tourist potential.