The Bison Show Reserve in Woliński National Park was founded in 1976 when the first four animals were brought there. Since then, two bisons on average are born every year in the reserve which usually has ten-odd inhabitants.
The Bison Demonstration Farm occupies covers 28 hectares. There are observation terraces behind the fence, and the entrance is guarded by a decorative gate. Four bison from Borek and Białowieża: cow 'Pomina', bull 'Podskakiewicz' and two heifers 'Pompeja' and 'Podwyżka' were brought to the Farm in 1976. Currently, most bison living at the farm were born there. 1-2 calves are born every year. At various times, the number of bison ranged from 5 to 12. Currently, there are 5 of them: Poznaniak II, Polikosia, Posawa, Pozowa and Polanin II.
Although the farm itself was created under the program for the maintenance of bison, also the cured, or raised by human, animals incapable of independent existence in the wild reside there. Nowadays You can find there: wild boars, deer and eagles.
Within the area of the Bison Demonstration Farm there are some facilities for tourists: benches, tables, gazebo (possibility of refreshment, rest), viewing platforms, toilets, facilities for the disabled.