|Location||Masurian Lake District|
|Official name||Karaś Lake Nature Reserve|
|Designated||3 January 1984|
The lake is the site of a nature reserve, established in 1958 and covering an area of 8.2 square kilometres (3.2 sq mi). Since 1984 it has been protected under the Ramsar convention as an important breeding ground for water birds. It is currently one of 13 such sites in Poland.
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