Sierra de la Cabrera

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Sierra de la Cabrera
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Panoramic view
Highest point
Elevation2,122 m (6,962 ft)
Geography
LocationIberian Peninsula, Spain
Parent rangeMontes de León

The Sierra de la Cabrera is a mountain range in northern Spain. The landscape shows evidence of past glaciation.

Ecological importance[edit]

The Sierra de la Cabrera gives its name to a Site of Community Importance (ES4190110), where species of interest include the Kerry slug. The SCI partially overlaps with a Special Protection Area (ES4130024) designated under the Birds Directive.[1] [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ES4190110 Sierra de la Cabrera" (PDF).
  2. ^ map