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Type of protected area - Where it is located
Typology: Regional Oriented Natural Reserve; established with D.C.R. January 29, 1991 n. 342
Emilia Romagna region
The Bosco di Scardavilla Nature Reserve covers an area of 28.9 hectares, in the north-western portion of the Municipality of Meldola (FC), at the foot of the hills that overlook the town and reach the town of Ravaldino in Monte.
Bosco di Scardavilla Regional Nature Reserve
The main nucleus of the Reserve is made up of a oak forest dominated by Turkey oak of considerable naturalistic importance as a relic of the forests that covered most of the territory in the past; the biotope has a high floristic and faunal richness favored by its geographical position and moderately acid soil, factors that have allowed the establishment of Mediterranean calciferous plants (Cistus salvifolius, Erica arborea) opposed to species of fresh climates and evolved soils such as Dog tooth, red lily, Carex pallescens and the fern Polystichum aculeatum. Wildlife studies confirm the considerable amount of species especially among invertebrates, amphibians and micro-mammals.
Information for the visit
Municipality of Meldola
47014 Meldola (FO)