The Birds Directive 1979: The Birds Directive


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1979: The Birds Directive

  • 1979: The Birds Directive

  • Scope → all species of naturally occurring birds in the wild in the EU (i.e. approximately 500 species).

  • Overall objective → to maintain wild birds in good conservation.

  • 1992: The Habitats Directive

  • Scope → More than 1000 threatened plants and animals and approx. 230 habitat types

  • The Natura 2000 network of protected areas

  • Overall objective → ensure their favourable conservation status.



Overall objective is to maintain the populations of all wild bird species in the EU at a level which corresponds to their ecological, scientific and cultural requirements, or to adapt the population of these species to that level.

  • Overall objective is to maintain the populations of all wild bird species in the EU at a level which corresponds to their ecological, scientific and cultural requirements, or to adapt the population of these species to that level.



Overall objective is to ensure that the threatened species and habitat types are maintained at, or restored to, a ‘favourable conservation status’.

  • Overall objective is to ensure that the threatened species and habitat types are maintained at, or restored to, a ‘favourable conservation status’.















4 priority areas of Action

  • 4 priority areas of Action

    • Improving guidance and knowledge and ensuring better coherence with broader socio-economic objectives
    • Building political ownership and strengthening compliance
    • Strengthening investment in Natura 2000 and improving synergies with EU funding instruments
    • Better communication and outreach, engaging citizens, stakeholders and communities
  • 15 Actions (detailed factsheets in SWD)

  • Timeframe 2017-2019 (cannot pre-empt next MFF and on-going debate on the future of CAP)

  • Key Actors: MS, COM, CoR, EIB, EEA, Stakeholders

















Seminars, workshops, cooperation activities to help:

  • Seminars, workshops, cooperation activities to help:

  • Exchange experiences, case studies and best practices

  • Collect information on threats and conservation needs for species and habitats

  • Identify common objectives, priorities and management actions

  • Develop new management insights (cross-border)

  • Develop stakeholders' cooperation frameworks, networks of specialists and site managers, etc.

  • Better integrate socio-economic objectives into Natura 2000 management







Events of common interest identified during the seminars or through ongoing networking.

  • Events of common interest identified during the seminars or through ongoing networking.

  • Technical assistance from the EC's contractor available for 8 thematic networking events per year:



http://ec.europa.eu/environment/nature/natura2000/platform/index_en.htm

  • http://ec.europa.eu/environment/nature/natura2000/platform/index_en.htm

  • Will be further developed

  • to make it more user-friendly and effective:

  • greater volumes of relevant Natura 2000 information

  • inter-active web-based tool for networking, dialogue and exchanging information on the management of the Natura 2000 network.





  • THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION !

  • For more information, please consult:

  • DG Environment Nature & Biodiversity Homepage

  • http://ec.europa.eu/environment/nature/index_en.htm




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