Echauri crags

Site description (2000 baseline):

Site location and context
An area of limestone cliffs, scrub, and Quercus woodland. Human activities include livestock-farming, hunting and recreation.

Key biodiversity
An important site for cliff-nesting raptors, particularly Gyps fulvus.

Pressure/threats to key biodiversity
The most serious threat is disturbance from climbers. A management plan exists for the reserve area.

Protected areas
National Low International None76 ha of IBA covered by Wild Fauna Reserve (Roquedos de Echauri, 76 ha).

Recommended citation
BirdLife International (2023) Important Bird Area factsheet: Echauri crags. Downloaded from on 30/11/2023.