The aim of the study was to determine the effect of linseed and rapeseed dietary supplementation on the fatty acids profiles of two ostrich fat depots: breast and subcutaneous (above the leg). The study was carried out on 40 ostriches raised in five groups – control (C) or with 4% (L4) or 8% (L8) linseed, or 5% (R5) or 10% (R10) rapeseed in the diet, from hatching to 12 months of age. Fat samples of breast (BF) and leg fat (LF) were taken for fatty acids analysis. Generally ostrich fat has high contents of PUFA (BF – 23.9, LF – 20.2 g/100 g FAME), especially linoleic acid (BF – 16.4, LF – 12.5 g/100 g FAME) and linolenic acid (BF – 5.7 and LF – 6.2 g/100 g FAME). Ostrich BF had a higher content of n-6 FA and total PUFA and lower n-3 FA than the LF. Both fat depots had desired PUFA/SFA ratios above 0.4, but not desirable n-6/n-3 ratios. BF had significantly higher (0.69)PUFA/SFA ratio than LF (0.55). Both L4 and L8 caused higher total PUFA content (27.8, 25.6 g/100 g FAME, respectively) and higher PUFA/SFA ratios (0.74, 0.75, respectively) and lower n-6/n-3 ratios (1.5, 1.8, respectively) compared to C. The rapeseed supplementation decreased the LA content in ostrich fats (R5- 14.1, R10-13.4g/100g FAME), causing a lower n-6/n-3 (4.1, 4.6, respectively) ratio compared to C (6.1). The supplementation of ostrich diets with linseed improved the nutritional value of ostrich fat by increasing the n-3 FA, total PUFA content and PUFA/SFA ratio. Although the leg fat had a lower PUFA content, both depots of ostrich fats can be recommended as valuable ingredients for value-added meat products fit for human consumption.