“Slatina” Forest Park


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    357,300 m2


    Institute for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation “Dr. M. Zotović”



    Protected since 2016


    Protected area with sustainable use of natural resources – VI


    Protected natural area that features natural and human created values. The major part of the complex is composed of the natural association of beech and sessile oak, while the minor par was artificially created from planting black pine. In the area of Slatina Forest Park have been identified 70 plant populations some of which are under local and international protection. In the same complex and its surroundings have been identified 70 bird species.

    Current State

    Good access road.


    Demarcation of reserve’s borders and erection of sign boards; construction of buildings in line with spatial planning implementation documents upon the opinion of the Republika Srpska Institute for the Protection of Cultural, Historical and Natural Heritage and Manager’s approval; scientific and cultural and educational activities; presentation and popularization of natural and cultural values of the protected good;  monitoring activities; conducting an inventory of flora, fauna and other natural values; monitoring of forest health that includes: observation and data collection; measurement and description of the state; data analysis and evaluation; prognosis and decision making, and all of this in order to minimize threats, risks and unwanted events from harmful environmental factors; establishment and development of health tourism in the way that could provide protection, conservation and improvement of the populations’ health protection; marking of hiking rails, signposts and places of rest without negative impact on natural heritage and their habitat.


    Logging or destruction of trees except for sanitary felling and conducting intensive measures of forest care; hauling out fallen trees by forest tractors; cutting or tracing new forest roads; foraging, collecting and destruction of plant species considered natural rarity; unchecked foraging of medicinal and aromatic plants; mushroom, nuts and berries throughout the whole area; construction of facilities or doing other work that pollutes soil and air, worsens the water quality, changes its quantity, spatial and time dispersion; destruction of demarcation signs, warnings and informational boards, billboards, movable property, signs for tourists; the use of fungicides, herbicides, insecticides and other chemical agents;  harassment and killing of birds; collecting bird eggs and nest removal; harassment, trapping and hunting of all fauna species, except for scientific research with a previous approval from the Institute and Manager; hunting…

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