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Gorge of Anapodaris

The gorge of Anapodaris is an important habitat, located in an open valley with rocky parts, while ponds at the riverbed remain during summer. As a habitat it includes a large variety of rabbits, ferrets and birds: the buzzard, the Balkan goldfinch, the wood pigeon, the raven, the kestrel, the vulture, the Red-Backed Shrike, the Red-Backed Shrike of Kompylin, the Black Eared Wheatear, the African stonechat, the subalpine warbler, the Sardinian warbler and the Cretan Sardinian warbler. It also includes amphibians and reptiles: the Balkan green lizard, the Balkan pond turtle and the marsh frog of western Greece.

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