Záhorský pond with the adjacent damp meadows and alder grove along the river Blanice (406-412 m above the sea level), 1,5 km wast of the village Pražák and 4 km west of Vodňany covers an area 33,5 ha with the protective belt of 9,6 ha. In 1997 it was proclaimed the nature reserve because of the protection of marshland vegetation. It has considerable importance for the growing wetland habitat and for the keeping valuable wetland communities. It is the case of the rarest vegetation wetland zone in the whole west part of the České Budějovice region.
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