Mount Mosor, Kozjak and Trogir Hinterland

Country/territory: Croatia

IBA Criteria met: B2, B3, C2, C6 (2010)
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Area: 45,905 ha

Association BIOM

Site description
A xeric rocky area with cliffs suitable for breeding of birds of prey with the only recent nesting place of Lanner. The open habitats and mosaics are one of the most important nesting areas of Olive-tree Warbler in Croatia. Forest habitats are represented by young submediterranean forests and scrubs. The main threats are changes in traditional farming, unregulated recreational activities and tourism, excessive or illegal hunting and planned or ongoing infrastructural development (powerlines, wind-energy plants).

Recommended citation
BirdLife International (2023) Important Bird Areas factsheet: Mount Mosor, Kozjak and Trogir Hinterland. Downloaded from on 09/02/2023.