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    This document may be cited as follows:

    Stavrakas . (2009). Ornithological report for the evaluation of the site GR110

    Kandili mountain. In: Dimalexis A., Bousbouras D., Kastritis T., Manolopoulos A.

    & Saravia V. (editors). Final project report for the evaluation of 69 Important Bird

    Areas as Special Protection Areas. Hellenic Ministry for the Environment, Physical

    Planning and Public Works, Athens.

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    5. SUMMARY OF ORNITHOLOGICAL EVALUATION AND PROPOSED

    DELIMITATION........................................................................................................15

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    1: ........................................................................................... 20

    2. (CD-ROM).................................... 30

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    Areas in Greece Database. Hellenic Ornithological Society, BirdLife

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    5. SUMMARY OF ORNITHOLOGICAL EVALUATION AND PROPOSED

    DELIMITATION

    The present fieldwork has confirmed the presence of the Cretzchmars Bunting, a

    species for which the area fulfilled the IBA criteria in the year 2000. Furthermore, a

    pair of Bonellis Eagle was recorded as well as other birds of prey like the Honey

    Buzzard, Short-toed Eagle and the more common Buzzard, Sparrowhawk and Rock

    Kestrel. Another significant fact is that of the Rock Partridge that can be still found in

    the area, and the rich avifauna of the broad-leaved woodland that is adjacent to the

    IBA margins.

    The international importance of the studied area is supported by the presence of a

    significant breeding population of Cretzschmars Buntings (Emberiza caesia).

    Furthermore, the area holds a significant population of Bonellis Eagles (Hieraaetus

    fasciatus), Short-toed Eagles (Circaetus gallicus) and Peregrine Falcons (Falco

    peregrinus) and it is also an important breeding area for the Honey Buzzard (Pernis

    apivorus) and the Rock Partridge (Alectoris graeca).

    Map 3 in the CD-ROM (scale 1:100.000) depicts the boundaries of the proposedSpecial Protection Area. The boundaries have been designed so as to include all

    critical habitats of selection species during all seasons that they are using the area.

    Additionally and in accordance with the specifications for the delimitation of SPAs

    (see Dimalexis A., E. Bourdakis and E. Hadjicharalambous 2004) all habitats of

    delimitation species have also been included in the porposed SPA.

    Specifically the Cretzschamars Bunting was the key species that gener