Species Action Plan Tracking Tool

Online platform for monitoring the implementation of bird action plans

Single Species Action Plan for the Bearded Vulture
Timeline

23 November 2015: Workshop

The workshop was held on 23-24th November 2015, in Corsica, France, back-to-back with the Annual Bearded Vulture meeting.

23 February 2017: Status report

This is the Second draft Species Status Report.

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27 April 2018: Draft action plan

This is the Final Draft of the Single Species Action Plan for the Conservation of the Western Palearctic population of the Bearded Vulture (Gypaetus barbatus barbatus). It was submitted for adoption by the EC (May 2018).

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31 May 2018: Species action plan

This is the Single Species Action Plan for the Conservation of the Western Palearctic population of the Bearded Vulture, commissioned by the Directorate General of Environment (EC) and approved by the EU Member States on 23 May 2018. The development of the plan was coordinated by the Vulture Conservation Foundation (VCF) under the LIFE EuroSAP Project (LIFE14 PRE/UK/002), and synchronised with the development of the Vultures MSAP (CMS).

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31 May 2021: First reporting

The results of the monitoring of implementation of the Species Action Plan will be available here. The results will be shown by country (pie chart) and by conservation action (map). This phase will start during the implementation of the Action Plan.

31 December 2021: Second reporting

The results of the monitoring of implementation of the Species Action Plan will be available here. The results will be shown by country (pie chart) and by conservation action (map). This phase will start during the implementation of the Action Plan.

31 December 2026: Evaluation/update

The EVFAP should be reviewed every five years (first review of implementation in 2021), and updated every 10 years (first update in 2026). An emergency review will be undertaken if there is a sudden major change liable to affect the target population.


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