Register of protected areas in Bulgaria

Final result

Ostrovi Sv. Sv.Ivan I Petar   (Unique identification code in the register: 111)

Category: Protected Site


Map of the object
Digital boundaries - WGS 84, UTM 35N (shp)

Digital boundaries are with the current status

Area: 30.04 hectares

District: Burgas, Municipality: Sozopol, Locality: Sozopol

Falls in the territory of the following Regional Inspectorates of Environment and Water (RIEW):
Burgas - ul."Perustica" 67,et.3,p.k.219

Falls in the territory of the following Regional Forestry Directorates (RFD):
Municipality: Municipality

Ordinance for announcement:
Ordinance No.1065 from 24.11.1993 1065-1993

Ordinance for change:

1. Change in the activities regime with Ordinance No.РД-855 from 07.11.2006 855-2006
2. Change in the area - actualisation with Ordinance No.РД-855 from 07.11.2006 855-2006

Aims of the declaration:
1. Conservation of natural habitat of protected and rare bird species.

Current prohibitions and regimes:
1. It is prohibited construction, disclosure of quarries and other activities that modify the natural appearance of the locality or its water system, activities related to archaeological research, conservation, restoration and exhibition of monuments
2. It is prohibited to afforest with species uncharacteristic of the region.
3. It is prohibited grazing of domestic animals,except for the personal needs of employees of the lighthouse on the island of St. Ivan;
4. It is prohibited hunting, fishing and archeological excavations during the breeding season of the birds from 1 april to 30 july
5. It is prohibited to injure and destroy the rock formations
6. It is prohibited exportation of European Rabbits outsite of island St. Ivan and resettlement them;

Overlapping (partial or full):
PZ under the Bird Directive: Bakarlaka

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