The Municipality of Staszów has a rich and diverse wildlife, preserved in its natural environment.
Our expansive forests are home to numerous characteristic species of animals. The most commonly encountered bird species are: white stork, black stork, harrier, sparrow hawk, landrail, black woodpecker, barn owl, little owl, tawny owl, hoopoe, pipit, woodcock, flycatchers, oriole, nighthawk.
You can also encounter most of the common Polish reptiles, including: sand lizard, viviparous lizard, slow worm, true adder, grass snake and smooth snake. Among amphibia, there are newts, European tree frogs, common spadefoot toads and natterjack toads.
The most commonly seen species of insects are: Lesser Purple Emperor butterfly, common yellow swallowtail, scarce swallowtail, praying mantis, great diving beetle and carabus. Arachnids include the wasp spider. The vast woods of Golejów are home to many mammals, including: boars, martens, dormice, does, deers and fallow deers, foxes, hares, badgers, minks, fitches, muskrats, raccoon dogs. Protected species include: weasels, ermines, dormice, forest dormice, greater horseshoe bats, serotine bats, beavers and otters. Moose are also sometimes encountered, although very rarely.
The land of Staszów is home to approximately 50 species of mammals, 120 species of birds, 6 species of reptiles, 13 species of amphibia, 36 species of freshwater fish and at least 6000 species of insects and arachnids.