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Report on the application of directive no. 79/409/EEC on the conservation of wild birds

Report on the application of directive no. 79/409/EEC on the conservation of wild birds

Final report : February 1993

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Published by Institute for European Environmental Policy in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

At head of cover title: Report written and compiled for the Directorate General (DG XI) Environment, Nuclear Safety and Civil Protection of the Commission of the European Communities.

StatementInstitute for European Environmental Policy.
ContributionsInstitute for European Environmental Policy., Commission of the European Communities. Directorate - General for Environment, Nuclear Safety and Civil Protection.
The Physical Object
Pagination150p. in various pagings :
Number of Pages150
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16538401M

Nature Conservation Policy. The EU’s policy on nature concervation consists of two directives: The Council Directive 79//EEC on the protection of wild birds (april ); The Council Directive 92/43/EEC on the conservation of natural habitats and of wild fauna and flora (may ); All areas that are protected under the Birds and Habitats Directives form an ecological . Portal (see Appendix 1). No separate reports should be given for any subnational units. Section 1. Main achievements under the Birds Directive. This section aims to inform the interested public about the main achievements under the Birds Directive and the SPA network in the respective Member State during the reporting period. “the Birds Directive” means Council Directive No. 79//EEC of 2 April, , on the conservation of wild birds (O.J. No. L , 25 April, ); “built-up area” means an existing city or town or an adjoining developed area;. A Special Protection Area (SPA) is a designation under the European Union Directive on the Conservation of Wild the Directive, Member States of the European Union (EU) have a duty to safeguard the habitats of migratory birds and certain particularly threatened birds. Together with Special Areas of Conservation (SACs), the SPAs form a network of protected .


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ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF DIRECTIVE 79//EEC ON THE CONSERVATION OF WILD BIRDS Part II. Summary of national reports by Member States Update for 2 62 bird species under Annex 1 of the Birds Directive.

France (No information (Species were mentioned in tables in the original report) Poland species of birds occur in Poland. UNSPECIFIED () Second report on the application of Directive No 79//EEC on the conservation of wild (93) final, 24 November [EU Commission.

COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 79//EEC. of 2 April on the Conservation of Wild Birds It shall submit, at the latest four months before the time limit referred to in Article 18 (1) of this Directive, a report and its proposals to the Committee referred to in Arti with a view to a decision on the entry of such species in Annex III/2.

This directive relates to the conservation of all species of naturally occurring birds in the wild state in the European territory of the Member States to which the Treaty applies.

It covers the protection, management and control of these species and lays down rules for their exploitation. Member States shall take the requisite measures to maintain the population of the species. Second report on the application of Directive No 79//EEC on the conservation of wild birds.

COM (93) final, 24 November By. Get PDF (11 MB) Year: OAI identifier: oai: Provided by: Archive of European Integration. 79//EEC I 1 Article 1 1. This Directive relates to the conservation of all species of naturally occurring birds in the wild state in the European territory of the Member States to which the Treaty applies.

It covers the protection, management and control of these species and lays down rules for their ex-ploitation. Size: KB.

Second Commission report of on the application of Directive 79//EEC on the conservation of wild birds. [ COM () final - Not published in the Official Journal] The report was complied using information contained in the national reports sent to the Commission by the Member States pursuant to the Directive.

Council Directive 79//EEC of 2 April on the conservation of wild birds. Council Directive 79//EEC of 2 April on the conservation of wild birds. Council Directive 79//EEC of 2 April on the conservation of wild birds. OJ L, p. 1–18 (DA, DE, EN, FR, IT, NL) Greek special edition: Chapter 15 Volume P.

EC Directive 79/ on the Conservation of Wild Birds Special Protection Area (SPA) Name: Breckland The site qualifies under article of the Directive (79//EEC) RSPB Breckland stone curlew protection report - RSPB unpublished report. Hayman, P. The Birds Directive In a nutshell.

Europe is home to more than wild bird species. But at least 32 % of the EU's bird species are currently not in a good conservation status. The Birds Directive aims to protect all of the wild bird species naturally occurring in the European Union. In practice.

The site qualifies under article of the Directive (79//EEC) as it is used regularly by 1% or more of the Great Britain populations of the following species listed in Annex I in any season: EC Directive 79/ on the Conservation of Wild Birds Author: Ben Fraser.

extended in under the EC Directive on the Conservation of Wild Birds (79//EEC). Size of SPA: The existing site and the potential SPA combined cover an area of 14,ha approximately. Site description: These islands are located off File Size: 23KB. REPORT on the European Community's implementation 2 Council Directive 79//EEC of 2 April on the conservation of wild birds.

Official Journal No L of 25/04/ (Birds). 5 over the last decade. Because of the rising numbers of the Spanish population, this negative. Council Directive 79//EEC is a wide-ranging instrument aimed at the general conservation of wild birds in the European Union.

Addressing several aspects of conservation (including safeguards for habitats, controls on trade and hunting and promotion of research), it follows a standard layout for this. Report from the Commission on the application of Directive No 79//EEC on the conservation of wild birds.

Update for based on information supplied by the Member States on the application of national measures adopted pursuant to the Directive. COM () final, 25 March of the Birds Directive, which was passed 25 years ago. When legislators catch the mood of the time there is the opportunity for a new approach and new thinking.

Twenty-five years ago the Directive on the Conservation of Wild Birds 79//EEC (known for short as the ‘Birds Directive’) recognised that bird conservation needed. Directive //EC on the conservation of wild birds (repealing Directive 79//EEC) And Directive 92/43/EEC the conservation of natural habitats and of wild fauna and flora EC NATURE ENVIRONMENTAL LAW.

2 WORKSHOP ON EC NATURE ENVIRONMENTAL LAW KEY FEATURES OF THE BIRDS DIRECTIVE I. 3 Article 1: Scope of Application. Directive //EC on the Conservation of Wild Birds.

Special Protection Area (SPA) Name: Dungeness, Romney Marsh and Rye Bay update on wintering birds. Report to Npower Renewables Ltd, Kent 4) Kent Bird Reports. Dungeness to Pett Level SPA was classified under Directive 79//EEC on 2 August Size: KB. Birds and Habitats Directives (Natura ) Directives 92/43/EEC and 79//EEC Disclaimer This report was produced by the Committee of the Regions secretariat to assist the rapporteur and the ENVE commission in preparing the relevant opinion.

This report will be shared with the European Commission and the European Size: KB. Wild Birds Directive (Council Directive 79//EEC on the conservation of wild birds) The Wild Birds Directive provides wide ranging protection for Europe's wild birds.

It identifies species and sub-species of wild birds as endangered species requiring special conservation. the Conservation of Natural Habitats and Wild Fauna and Flora and Council Directive 79//EEC on the Conservation of Wild Birds in Bulgaria through the Biological Diversity Act Comparative Analysis of the Scope with Reference to the European Ecological Network NATURA Issued by In partnership with BALKANI Wildlife Society Authors of the report.

Special Areas of Conservation EC (Natural Habitats) Regulations, & Directive on the Conservation of Natural Habitats of Wild Fauna and Flora (92/43/EEC) Directive on Conservation of Wild Birds (79//EEC) 1.

Ardmore Head Great Island Channel 2. Ballinskelligs Bay Kenmare River and Inny Estuary 3. Ballyhoura Mountains The EC Council Directive on the conservation of wild birds (79//EEC) (The Birds Directive).

The Directive relates to all naturally occurring birds in the wild within the European Community and addresses the protection, management and control of these species and lays down rules for their exploitation. The Birds Directive (formally known as Council Directive //EC on the conservation of wild birds) is a European Union directive adopted in It replaces Council Directive 79//EEC of 2 April on the conservation of wild birds which was modified several times and had become very unclear.

ANNEX B Wild Birds Directive Text Page 1 of 15 Council Directive. Of 2 April On The Conservation Of Wild Birds (79//EEC) THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES, Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Economic Community, and in particular Article thereof, Having regard to the proposal from the Commission.

1File Size: KB. (1) Council Directive 79//EEC of 2 April on the conservation of wild birds(3) has been substantially amended several times(4).

In the interests of clarity and rationality the said Directive should be codified. (2) Decision No //EC of. The Birds Directive About the Birds Directive Directive //EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 November on the conservation of wild birds (this is the codified version of Directive 79//EEC as amended) is the EU’s oldest piece of nature legislation and one of the most important, creating a comprehensive scheme ofFile Size: 55KB.

European Commission (n ) pp. 66 et seq.; European Commission ‘Second Report on the application of Directive 79// eec on the conservation of wild birds’ () pp. 10 et seq. European Commission (n ) p. 69 f. BVerwG Natur und Recht (NuR) para.

BVerwG Natur und Recht (NuR) para. Cited by: 3. EC Directive 79//EEC on the conservation of wild birds Provides a framework for the conservation and management of, and human interactions with, wild birds. Main provisions include: • Maintenance of the favourable conservation status of all wild bird species across their distributional range.

UNDER THE BIRDS DIRECTIVE Council Directive 79//EEC on the conservation of wild birds European Red List of Amphibians Compiled by Helen J. Temple and Neil A. Cox 1 17/04/ File Size: 9MB.

This Directive aims at the conservation of all species of naturally occurring birds in the wild state in the territory of the Member States. These provisions aim at the protection, management and control of these species and govern their exploitation. These rules cover not only birds, but also their eggs, nests and habitats.

conservation of wild birds (6) will have to be incorporated into the coherent European ecological network; Whereas it is appropriate, in each area designated, to implement the necessary measures having regard to the conservation objectives pursued; 6 (6) OJ No Lp Directive as last amended by Directive91//ECC (OJ No LFile Size: KB.

(1) These Regulations may be cited as the European Communities (Conservation of Wild Birds (Sligo/Leitrim Uplands Special Protection Area )) Regulations (2) These Regulations come into operation on 19 February 2.

(1) In these Regulations— “Directive” means Council Directive No. 79//EEC of 2 April. UNDER THE BIRDS DIRECTIVE Council Directive 79//EEC on the conservation of wild birds European Red List of Reptiles Compiled by Neil A.

Cox and Helen J. Temple 1 17/04/ File Size: 8MB. Report on the implementation of the Directive 79//EC under the Article 9 for the year Republic of Slovenia Council Directive 79//EEC of 2 April on the conservation of wild birds Implementation during the period to Member State: Slovenia.

Directive //EC on the Conservation of Wild Birds Special Protection Area (SPA) Name: Crouch and Roach Estuaries tidal mud which, nonetheless, is used by significant numbers of birds. The site is of importance for wintering waterbirds, Directive 79//EEC on 29 June and the site was re-named Crouch.

Council Directive 79//EEC of 2 April on the conservation of wild birds (Official JournalLp. 1, hereinafter referred to as 'the Directive'), the French Republic has failed to fulfil its obligations under the EEC Treaty.

2 Article 18 of the Directive provides that the Member States must implement the. Data sheet Title: Conservation status of bird species in Denmark covered by the EU Wild Birds Direc-tive Authors: S. Pihl1, P.

Clausen1, K. Laursen1, J. Madsen2 & T. Bregnballe1 Departments: 1Department of Wildlife Biology and Biodiversity and 2Department of Arctic Envi- ronment Serial title and no.: NERI Technical Report No. Directive //EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 30 Novemberon the conservation of wild birds.

Reference information Book Title: Journal Issue but it is covered by the general protection regime provided by Article 1 of the Directive to all species of birds naturally occurring in the wild state in the. birds (as listed on Annex I of the Directive), and for regularly occurring migratory species.

The European Commission’s website hosts a full copy of the European Commission’s website hosts a full copy of the EC Directive on the conservation of wild birds (79//EEC), within which all the Articles and. Wildlife and Natural Habitats ("Bern Convention") and Council Directive 79//EEC on the Conservation of Wild Birds ("Birds Directive") in Great Britain.

The WCA is the main piece of national legislation which protects animals, plants, and in some cases their habitats in Size: 1MB.After exit day no further amendments will be applied to this version.

Whereas all the areas designated, including those classified now or in the future as special protection areas pursuant to Council Directive 79//EEC of 2 April on the conservation of wild birds(5), will have to be incorporated into the coherent European ecological network;File Size: 1MB.1 Wildlife and Countryside Link is a registered charity (No.

) and a company limited by guarantee in England and Wales (No). 2 EU Directive 92/43/EEC on the conservation of natural habitats and of wild fauna and flora and EU Directive //EC on the conservation of wild birds (codified version).