Dating a romanian man
» The Delta is formed around the three main channels of the Danube, named after their respective ports: Chilia (in the north), Sulina (in the middle), and Sfantu Gheorghe (in the south).
» The Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve has the third largest biodiversity in the world (over 5,500 flora and fauna species), exceeded only by the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and the Galapagos Archipelago in Ecuador.
Altogether, 3,450 animal species can be seen here, as well as 1,700 plant species.
Millions of Egyptian white pelicans arrive here every spring to raise their young, while equal numbers of Arctic geese come here to escape the harsh winters of Northern Europe.
The Danube Delta is comprised of an intricate network of waterways and lakes divided between the three main estuary channels of the Danube.
This area of floating reed islands, forests, pastures and sand dunes covers 3,000 square miles and is home to a fascinating mix of cultures and people as well as a vast array of wildlife.
Some 300 species of birds make Danube's Delta their home, including cormorants, white tailed eagles and glossy ibises.
The bird watching season lasts from early spring to late summer. There is also a rich community of fish and animals; from wildcats, foxes and wolves, to even an occasional boar or deer.