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Location Poland, zachodnio-pomorskie
Central coordinates 15o 0.00' East  54o 0.00' North
IBA criteria C1
Area 32,420 ha
Altitude
Year of IBA assessment 2010

Ogólnopolskie Towarzystwo Ochrony Ptaków



Populations of IBA trigger species

Species Season Period Population estimate Quality of estimate IBA Criteria IUCN Category
Corncrake Crex crex breeding  2007-2009  130-150 males only  good  C1  Least Concern 

IBA Monitoring

2010 very high favourable low
Population
Medium - based upon reliable but incomplete / partially representative data

Agricultural expansion and intensification annual & perennial non-timber crops - small-holder farming happening now some of area/population (10-49%) slow but significant deterioration medium
Agricultural expansion and intensification wood and pulp plantations (includes afforestation) - small-holder plantations happening now small area/few individuals (<10%) no or imperceptible deterioration low
Energy production and mining renewable energy happening now small area/few individuals (<10%) moderate to rapid deterioration low
Human intrusions and disturbance recreational activities happening now majority/most of area/population (50-90%) very rapid to severe deterioration very high
Human intrusions and disturbance war, civil unrest and military exercises happening now small area/few individuals (<10%) no or imperceptible deterioration low
Invasive and other problematic species and genes invasive non-native/alien species/diseases - unspecified species happening now some of area/population (10-49%) moderate to rapid deterioration high
Natural system modifications dams & water management/use - dams (size unknown) happening now small area/few individuals (<10%) slow but significant deterioration low
Natural system modifications fire & fire suppression - increase in fire frequency/intensity happening now small area/few individuals (<10%) no or imperceptible deterioration low
Natural system modifications other ecosystem modifications likely in long term (beyond 4 years) some of area/population (10-49%) slow but significant deterioration medium
Over-exploitation, persecution and control of species hunting & collecting terrestrial animals - intentional use (species being assessed is the target) happening now small area/few individuals (<10%) slow but significant deterioration low
Pollution domestic & urban waste water - type unknown/unrecorded happening now some of area/population (10-49%) slow but significant deterioration medium
Residential and commercial development housing and urban areas happening now small area/few individuals (<10%) slow but significant deterioration low
Residential and commercial development tourism and recreation areas happening now small area/few individuals (<10%) slow but significant deterioration low

Anser fabalis Bean Goose 2800 3000 individuals 100 favourable
Crex crex Corncrake 120 210 males only 100 favourable

Some of site covered (10-49%)  No management planning has taken place  Some limited conservation initiatives are in place  low 

Protected areas

Protected area Designation Area (ha) Relationship with IBA Overlap with IBA (ha)  
Ostoja na Zatoce Pomorskiej - PLH990002 Habitats Directive 243,133 protected area is adjacent to site 0  
Trzebiatowsko-Kotobrzeski Pas Nadmorski - PLH320017 Habitats Directive 17,469 protected area overlaps with site 12,133  
Wybrzeże Trzebiatowskie - PLB320010 Birds Directive 31,758 protected area contained by site 31,758  
Zatoka Pomorska - PLB990003 Birds Directive 309,155 protected area is adjacent to site 0  

Habitats

IUCN habitat Habitat detail Extent (% of site)
Forest   13%
Grassland   48%
Artificial - terrestrial   34%
Wetlands (inland)   3%
Other   2%

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Recommended citation  BirdLife International (2014) Important Bird Areas factsheet: Trzebiatow Site. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 29/12/2014

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