Jegrička is a stream with the total length of 64 km.

Once the longest autochthonous river of Vojvodina without a typical source, it represents a system of connected wetlands through which the water flows all the way to its confluence with the Tisa River.

Due to its natural values and characteristics, Jegrička was put under the protection as a second and third category valuable natural resource.

Jegrička Nature Park encompasses the area of the following municipalities:

Bačka Palanka, Vrbas, Temerin and Žabalj.

Remarkably rich flora and fauna consists of 76 species of aquatic and wetland plants, 20 fish species, 198 bird species and numerous mammals.

Beljanska Bara was declared a third category protected area in 2013.

It is 39 km long and considered to be a rare structure in terms of hydrography which has preserved most of its former appearance of a water stream typical for this part of Vojvodina.

Beljanska Bara Nature Park is a habitat of rare and endangered plant species.

Fish fund consists of 23 fish species, 7 types of amphibia, 2 types of reptiles and 136 bird species.

The Common (Pedunculate) Oak is a natural monument located on the Tisa riverbank in the yard of the pumping station near Kumane. It has a second degree protection.

It is estimated that it is around 300 years old and it is considered to be an outstanding example of its kind in Vojvodina.

The base of the oak consists of a strong central heartwood which is 33 m tall and 5 thick branches. Trunk volume is 6.75 m and the crown has the range of over 40 m.

The oak produces fruitful quantities of acorns.