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Location Poland, zachodnio-pomorskie
Central coordinates 16o 0.00' East  53o 35.00' North
IBA criteria C1, C2, C6
Area 140,500 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
Whooper Swan Cygnus cygnus breeding  2004-2009  1-2 breeding pairs  good  C6  Least Concern 
Black Stork Ciconia nigra breeding  2004-2009  16-20 breeding pairs  good  C6  Least Concern 
Eurasian Bittern Botaurus stellaris breeding  2004-2009  88-100 males only  good  C6  Least Concern 
Black Kite Milvus migrans breeding  2004-2009  10-14 breeding pairs  good  C6  Least Concern 
Red Kite Milvus milvus breeding  2004-2009  18-23 breeding pairs  good  C1, C6  Near Threatened 
White-tailed Sea-eagle Haliaeetus albicilla breeding  2004-2009  14-18 breeding pairs  good  C6  Least Concern 
Lesser Spotted Eagle Clanga pomarina breeding  2004-2009  46-50 breeding pairs  good  C6  Least Concern 
Corncrake Crex crex breeding  2004-2009  164-178 males only  good  C1  Least Concern 
Common Crane Grus grus passage  2004-2009  2,000-3,500 individuals  good  C2  Least Concern 
Common Crane Grus grus breeding  2004-2009  215-240 breeding pairs  good  C6  Least Concern 
Eurasian Eagle-owl Bubo bubo breeding  2004-2009  15-20 breeding pairs  good  C6  Least Concern 
Common Kingfisher Alcedo atthis breeding  2004-2009  80 breeding pairs  good  C6  Least Concern 

Habitats

IUCN habitat Habitat detail Extent (% of site)
Forest   39%
Grassland   4%
Artificial - terrestrial   49%
Wetlands (inland)   7%
Other   1%

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Recommended citation  BirdLife International (2015) Important Bird Areas factsheet: Drawa River Site. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 02/07/2015

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