Founded in 1959, Liwia Łuża Nature Reserve is situated along the coastline of Lake Liwia Łuża. The reserve is among the areas protected under the Natura 2000 program.
The reserve's mission is to protect the ecosystem of the neighboring lake. Species to be seen here include mute swans, cranes, graylag goose, great-crested grebe, white-fronted goose, bean goose, and herring gull, as well as fish such as zander, perch, pike, and various species of frogs, toads, snails, and spiders. It is also a habitat for numerous rare plant species.