Pahorek u Jazera .
The Pahorek site is formed by a low hill protruding visibly above the level of the surrounding terrain (approx. 2 m) with a number of depressions after the extraction of aggregates. The most valuable areas are in the central and southeastern part of the site, a small part of the site is overgrown with shrubs. In the peripheral parts of the locality, unwanted shrub cane and elevated oats are represented in places. The locality represents the habitat of a number of important subxerothermophytes, ie especially the Gagea bohemica, subsp. Bohemica, Pulsatilla pratensis subsp. Bohemica, Nepeta nuda, Muscari comosum, Muscari neglectum, Saxifraga bulbifera , Achillea setacea, Chamaecytisus ratisbonensis, Potentilla arenaria and Filago arvensis. The Mantis religiosa, Coturnix coturnix, Lacerta agilis) and the Coronella austriaca are also repeatedly observed at the site. The observation of the Upupa epops comes from the surroundings - a couple were observed right on the road next to the locality at the turn of July and August 2020.
Fields over Paper Mill .
The site consists of a complex of grasslands separated by an existing road + the entrance of an old abandoned import road. The predominant part of the area consists of grasslands with the occurrence of some endangered plant species. Boundaries and ditches at the edges are mostly overgrown with trees, with places with dead or dying fruit trees. There are several valuable and aesthetically impressive woody plants in the locality. These are the habitats of protected species, which include, for example, the Orchis purpurea, the Aster amellus, the Dorycnium germanicum, the Asplenium cuneifolium, the Senecio erucifolius Chamaecytisus ratisbonensis, Biscutella laevigata subsp. Varia .
The locality consists of a distinctive rocky promontory above the river Jihlava and the adjoining slopes. The affected area represents the transect of the entire left bank side of the valley. These are slopes with a southern orientation and a significant proportion of thermophilic vegetation. The most valuable parts are a rocky promontory and the immediately adjacent slopes with protruding rocks largely overgrown with shrubs. There are Gagea bohemica, subsp. Bohemica, Pulsatilla pratensis subsp. Bohemica, Pulsatilla grandis, Asplenium cuneifolium, Cornus mas, Campanula bononiensis, Saxifraga bulbifera, Inula oculus-christi, Cardaminopsis petraea, Stipa pennata and other valuable plant species. In the northern part, behind the road there is an area used in the past as a vineyard, then a meadow and a garden with an orchard. For the most part, the area is currently overgrown with invasive blackthorn acacia. However, old stone walls have been preserved in several places (note: their sunbathing and repair will be ensured as part of the project). In this part of the locality, the more valuable plant species is the Muscari comosum. Animals such as Calliptamus italicus, Lacerta viridis, Lacerta agilis, Coronella austriaca, Anguis fragilis and many species of birds can be found throughout the site.