Subotica Sands are a landscape of exceptional distinction in Serbia. The area extends over the far north of Bačka in the municipality of Subotica and covers an area of 53.70 km². Today's undulating sand dunes are the result of the large displacement of sand caused by excessive grazing of livestock. The current mix of woodlands, steppes and swamps, combined with the banks of the Kires River, make this area the most vulnerable sandstep habitat of its kind in Europe.
Fauna: A number of rodent species have been found in the Subotica Sands. About 170 different bird species have been observed here. This is why the area is part of the internationally important bird conservation program.
Levi was born in 1999 in Szabadka (Serbia), He has been living there ever since. Besides photographing. He learned to love being in nature and taking photos from his parents. He spent a lot of time plain and hiding in the forests. They built hides and they observed the animals. For him, nature photography is a self-expression form which his goal is to make people to be more environmentally conscious. Besides that, to catch moments in the nature that reflects uniqueness and creativity.
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