Co-operating Across the Borders for Bioadversity

Description

The project aims to work on a cross-border basis to bring about the recovery of protected habitats (active raised and blanket bog) and priority species (breeding waders and marsh fritillary) at specific key sites. The project proposes to support 2228ha of habitat attaining better conservation status and produce 8 Conservation Action Plans (CAPs) across all three jurisdictions. It is proposed that these will be delivered in designated SAC/SPA/SSSI sites


KEY DATES
  • Status
  • Live
  • Project Launch
  • 01 January 2017
  • Project completed
  • 31 December 2021
cross-border Bioadversity biodiversity
×