Protected area encompasses the lower flow of the Una river. The main characteristics o the landscape’s area are the clear, emerald green river Una and a number of hydrological, geomorphological and other features.
Bentbaša represents a meeting place of natural and cultural-historical heritage. THere are 169 plant species recorded in the area with high biological and ecological values, while 134 species of butterflies, 50 bird species, eight reptile species, six fish species and one species of amphibians.
“Cicelj” nature park is characterized with high plant diversity as 513 species have been identified there. Out of those, 43 are regionally or globally rare species, while six of them are endemic and one is sub endemic.
Special value consists of endemic and rare forests of Bosnian pine and beech. Numerous bird species have been registered as well as native and non-native species of fish, amphibians, reptiles and mammals.
The area of Mt. Konjuh belongs to interior Dinaric mountains. It is rich in many different types of forest. Rare plant species are present there, such as Bosnian lily, Bosnian iris, daffodil, mountain germander, yellow gentian.
The Bijambare area is located on Nišići Plateau. Within the border of the protected landscape are established three protected zones. The first zone encompasses “The Bijambare Caves” and their area of 137 hectares represents the value of the highest order which has to be fully conserved.
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