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Nature reserve

Liščí vrch (Fox Peak)

Also the nature reserve of Liščí vrch [Fox Hill] is inhabited by steppe societies with the largest population of fluffy flax in the Czech lands. Rare species include purple golden rod, spring Adonis flower, low iris, high globe daisy, field false flax, forest anemone, Siberian campanula etc. Butterflies living in Liščí hill include for example fruit swallowtail, giant silkworm or large purple wood bee. The nesting birds include for example meadow bunting, common butcher bird, Wallachian warbler, wild turtledove, field lark and common wryneck.

basic information


10,82 ha


230 - 250 m

The area is protected from

9. 10. 1986

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