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Habitats Directive

List of sites protected under the Habitats Directive

 

Granitz

Largest and oldest beech forest on the Island of Rügen with active cliffs more than 70m high

A varied topography results in a high diversity in forest community types.

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Coastal landscapes of Southeast Rügen

Typical post-glacial landscape with a deeply indented coastline - a long history of extensive farming and high species diversity

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Greifswalder Bodden, parts of the Strelasund and northern Usedom

Greifswalder Bodden, the southern part of the Strelasund, bays, coastal floodplains as well as islands with active erosion and deposition

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Greifswalder Bodden shallows and parts of the Pomeranian Bay

Expansive sandbanks and reefs provide the most important overwintering and feeding areas for birds in the Baltic Sea region

The shallows are critical for coastal protection.

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