Shnilé louky is part of Jestřebské slatiny situated near Česká Lípa town between villages Jestřebí and Staré splavy. Shnilé louky can be translated probably as Rotted meadows. It's mined out moor land and it is home for many threatened genera (some of them criticaly)! It worth mention, that marsh harrier (Circus aeruginosus) and common crane (Grus grus) nidificate here.
Shnilé louky is one of last habitats (propably last natural habitat) of Pinguicula bohemica and one of biggest habitat of Liparis loeselii orchid in the Czech Republic (someone told me that it is probably biggest in Europe but I don't now this for sure).
From other CPs you can find here Utricularia minor and Drosera rotundifolia.