Urszula Czerniawska-Kapeluch, senior brand manager at Żubr, said: “As our brand draws from the world of Polish nature, we feel responsible for actively supporting its protection."
A massive fire that had been devastating Biebrza National Park since Sunday was largely contained as of Saturday afternoon and the army had built a temporary bridge to improve access to the park for firefighters.
Firefighters on Friday afternoon managed to contain a massive fire that had been devastating Biebrza National Park since Sunday, province fire brigade commander, Jarosław Wendt, has announced.
Military engineers will build a temporary bridge to improve access to Biebrza National Park where firefighters have been battling a massive fire that has razed some 6,000 hectares of Poland's biggest nature reserve.
Two Border Guard PZL-Kania helicopters and a PZL-104 Wilga plane have joined efforts to contain a massive fire that has raged in the north-eastern Polish Biebrza National Park since Sunday, the Polish Border Guard announced on Twitter on Thursday.
The thick, black clouds of smoke billowing over expanses of open peat bog the size of 2,000 football pitches in the Biebrza National Park have been described as ‘catastrophic’ for the local wildlife “dying in defence of their nests and young.”