River in the forest
Serbia's seasons are very distinct. Winters (December-February)
can be relatively cold as the western mountains can receive a significant amount
of snow. Lower land, such as Belgrade, is much warmer and during this time averages
about 40˚ F (4˚ C).
The spring and fall (autumn) are clearly warmer than winters, but the mountains
can still be impassable due to snow.
Summer temperature averages are 72-82˚ F (22-28˚ C) in Belgrade, but again, cooler
at elevation in the mountains.
There are a number of large mammals that live in Serbia,
including the bear, deer, and the boar. Additionally, there are dozens of small
mammals like the rabbit and fox. Fish and other sea life are not too common since
Serbia is a landlocked country, but they have a number of species in their lakes
There is a large number of birds in Serbia, including pheasants,
cranes, ducks, and geese.