Gornje Telelovo Polje is the flattest part of the Sarajevo Valley where the Miljacka and the Bosne Rivers converge. It is a floodplain for the rivers. On either side there are open fields with only scattered trees, two of the largest fields are cultivated in summer. The whole area covers more than 300 hectares. The birds you can see here are a mix of water birds and field birds. Large numbers of White Wagtail and Grey Heron. Among the other birds you can see here are Ruff, Great Cormorant, European Serin, Siskin, Common Teal, Northern Pintail, Green Sandpiper, Whinchat and Sedge Warbler.
From the small suburb of Doglodi you can walk down the road to the area of farm fields around the confluence of the Bosna and Miljacka Rivers.