Created in 1959, the Kampinos National Park is found to the north west of Warsaw. It extends over more than 385 square kilometers, of which more than 46 square kilometers is strictly protected, and includes the ancient Kampinos Forest. The park was designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in the year 2000. Around 70% of the park is forested with the most predominant tree being the pine. Wildlife includes moose which is the parks symbol.