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Odval Dolu Felix – Jan


The community of vertebrate which use the pit tip as a habitat, mating ground and feeding ground is quite diverse. The composition of species is typical mainly of woods, forest glades and edges of forests, and also partly for the biotopes of thin grass and urbanised areas. Biological and ecological surveys of the pit tip revealed the presence of three species of reptiles, 42 species of birds and four mammal species. Particularly interesting is the population of the sand lizard and the ringed snake. Mammals are represented with the European hare, stone marten, wild boar and the roe deer.

Author: Andreas Trepte – wikipedia

Honey-buzzard (Pernis apivorus) is a predatory bird of the Accipitridae family. It is marked as endangered on the Red List and is strictly protected. It is slightly bigger than the common buzzard; it grows to the length of 52 – 59 cm, with a 113 – 135cm wingspan and weight of 580 – 950 g. The top side is brownish, while the bottom side of the body is highly variable among young and adult populations: from white through spotty to solid brown. The male’s head is mostly blue-grey; the female’s head is brown (sometimes blue-grey in places). In flight, the honey-buzzard resembles the common buzzard, but it has narrower wings, dark rim at the back and a dark spot at the elbow.

Honey-buzzard – Author: Andreas Trepte – wikipedia

GPS position

N 50° 12.439', E 14° 15.478'



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