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Hellenic Ornithological Society, photo: Christos Toskos
GR110 Kandili mountain
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Criteria: B3, C6
Coordinates: 38o 41' N 23o 28' E (Map)
Altitude: 0-1246 m
Area: 5700 ha

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Site Description
A low mountain in northern Evia, with extensive conifer forests, mixed forests and scrub. Human activities include forestry, livestock-farming, and hunting.

Habitats: Artificial landscapes (10%, Other urban and industrial areas), Forest (79%, Broadleaved deciduous woodland; Broadleaved evergreen woodland; Native coniferous woodland), Shrubland (15%, Sclerophyllous scrub, garrigue and maquis)

Land use: agriculture (30%), forestry (70%), urban/industrial/transport (5%)

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Protection status
National Partial International None
Part of IBA covered by Wildlife Refuge (Iera Moni Galtaki, 900ha). Part of IBA covered by Wildlife Refuge (Palioplatana/Dafnontos- Pagontos- Kamaritsas, 2,500ha).


Birds
This is an important site for breeding raptors and for passage migrants.

Species Season Year Min Max Acc Criteria
Emberiza caesia Cretzschmar's Bunting breeding 1996 Frequent unknown B3, C6
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Conservation issues
The main threats are from road construction and tourism developments. Other threats are from overgrazing, quarrying and agricultural and urban expansion.

Threats: abandonment/reduction of land management (unknown), agricultural intensification/expansion (low), extraction industry (low), forest grazing (low), industrialization/urbanization (low), infrastructure (medium), intensified forest management (low), recreation/tourism (low), unsustainable exploitation (medium)
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Source: Important Areas for the Birds of Greece
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