Veliki krs and Stol

Country/territory: Serbia

IBA criteria met: C6 (2019)
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Area: 22,657 ha

Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia

Site description (2019 baseline)
The IBA is comprised of two limestone mountains in Eastern Serbia: Veliki Krs (1.148 m) and Stol (1.155 m). The most dominant landscape feature of the area is the elongated karst ridge at the top of Veliki Krš, which is 9 km long. The northeast slopes are steep with large cliffs, while the southwest facing slopes are covered with deciduous forests. The entire landscape is mosaic and has a lot of open patches with pastures, arable land and forest groves. The IBA is situated within the municipalities of Bor and Majdanpek. 

Recommended citation
BirdLife International (2023) Important Bird Area factsheet: Veliki krs and Stol. Downloaded from on 01/12/2023.