Pavlova Huť Nature Reserve
Sphagnum moss in the Pavlova Huť
|Part of||CHKO Český les|
|Elevation||750 m (2,460 ft)|
|Area||35.82 ha (88.5 acres)|
|Biome||bog spruce forest (100%)|
Pavlova Huť is a Nature Reserve within the Český les Landscape Protected Area in the western part of the Pilsen Region of the Czech Republic. It is named after a former glass works village (founded around 1740, destroyed after 1945) of the same name which was located nearby. It lies next to the boundary with Germany.
On an area of 35.82 ha (88.5 acres) the reserve protects a well-preserved bog spruce forest with typical fauna and flora. 100% of the area is forested, mainly by spruce. It is one of few places in the CHKO Český les where a spruce forest is native.
- Rohlík, Jiří (2004). Český les - sever. Soubor turistických map 1:50 000 (3rd ed.). Mělník: Klub českých turistů. ISBN 80-7324-042-4.
- "Český les PLA". Agency for Nature Conservation and Landscape Protection of the Czech Republic. Retrieved 2007-03-06.
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