protected species


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In recognition of their expertise in dealing with the protected species that live within and along our canal network, we are also simplifying our licensing system to make it easier for them to do their maintenance works - a win-win for us both.
He added that the commission's permission is not necessary as the law for the management of wild birds provides that the interior minister may allow the hunting of protected species and it is up to each member-state to regulate accordingly.
The Supreme Council for Environment (SCE) is drafting a mechanism to curb the smuggling of protected species into Bahrain and openly trading them in local markets.
The report will be submitted to Natural England who will decide whether to issue a European Protected Species licence enabling the bats to be moved and also advise on the best method.
His findings will be submitted to wildlife body Natural England, who will decide whether to issue a European Protected Species licence to allow the bats to be rehomed.
The dormouse is a protected species in Wales as its population has decreased in recent years
State police have charged a 26-year-old upstate man with trying to kill a turkey buzzard, which is a protected species in New York.
The force's head of estates Michelle March said: "Great crested newts are a protected species and the mitigation measures we were required to put in place cost just under PS34,000, payable to Kier as our contractor.
It protects 350 properties, two holiday parks and a water treatment works and also provides 180 hectares of coastal habitat for wading birds and protected species, including the water vole.
The club will have to make special provisions for bats in the new-look stadium if suspicions that the protected species roost at the ground are confirmed.
Homeowners or developers looking for a protected species survey or a habitat survey will find an abundance of information and all the expertise from the team at Arbtech.
Government agency Natural England issued the licence to allow farmers in Gloucestershire to kill badgers, a protected species, on 300 farms covering some 300 square kilometres over the next four years.