Babor Mountains

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Babor Range
جبل البابور / Monts des Babors
Bougaa.jpg
View of the Babor Range near Bouqaa
Highest point
Peak Mount Babor
Elevation 2,004 m (6,575 ft)
Coordinates 36°33′0″N 5°28′0″E / 36.55000°N 5.46667°E / 36.55000; 5.46667Coordinates: 36°33′0″N 5°28′0″E / 36.55000°N 5.46667°E / 36.55000; 5.46667[1]
Geography
Babor Range is located in Algeria
Babor Range
Babor Range
[Petite Kabylie]], Algeria
Parent range Tell Atlas

The Babor Range (Arabic: جبل البابور‎; French: Monts des Babors) is a mountain range of the Tell Atlas in Algeria. The highest point of the range is 2,004 m high Mount Babor.[2]

The Babor Range, together with the neighboring Bibans, is part of the mountainous natural region of Petite Kabylie.[3]

Ecology[edit]

There is a protected area in the range, the Djebel Babor Nature Reserve, known for birdwatching.[4] It is also one of the few remaining habitats for the endangered Barbary macaque, Macaca sylvanus.[5]

Features[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Google Earth
  2. ^ Chaîne des Babors - Larousse.fr
  3. ^ Encyclopédie berbère - Kabylie : Géographie
  4. ^ African Birding Resources, 2008
  5. ^ C. Michael Hogan, 2008

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