Data regarding temperature, due point an humidity was recorded in different habitats and two models were created for presenting the environmental conditions during winter and late spring seasons in the studied area. This data shows great differences between the quarry site and the natural surrounding habitats in all three variables. This differences are to be expected as the majority of the quarry's area is represented by uncovered rocky habitats – higher temperatures and lower humidity than the natural surrounding habitats, which means that the species need to bear and adapt to this conditions when using the quarry's area for different activities. Some of the species find this type of habitat favorable such as: numerous insects, small birds (especially Oenanthe oenanthe who is using the rocky habitat of the quarry as a nesting ground), foxes for warming during the winter, etc.
The ecological implications of this differences are minimal as the quarry area is not large enough to influence a population of a certain species to adapt to this new environmental conditions, none of the identified species being affected.