Country/territory: Germany

IBA Criteria met: C6 (2002)
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Area: 9,017 ha

NABU Nature And Biodiversity Conservation Union

Site description
A loess-covered mountain range of volcanic origin. Although vineyards predominate, many traditional landscape elements still occur. Habitat-types include Fagus and Quercus-Carpinus forest, sub-Mediterranean scrub communities, dry grassland, loess cliffs, orchards, abandoned quarries and arable land.

Key biodiversity
A nationally important site for breeding Merops apiaster and Saxicola torquata.

Recommended citation
BirdLife International (2023) Important Bird Areas factsheet: Kaiserstuhl. Downloaded from on 28/01/2023.