List name
Bern Convention - Appendix 3
Owner
r.stroud@nbn.org.uk
List type
Conservation list
Description
The Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats (the Bern Convention) was adopted in Bern, Switzerland in 1979, and came into force in 1982. The principal aims of the Convention are to ensure conservation and protection of wild plant and animal species and their natural habitats (listed in Appendices I and II of the Convention), to increase cooperation between contracting parties, and to ensure the protection of certain fauna species (listed in Appendix 3) imposing regulations on any exploitation. To this end the Convention imposes legal obligations on contracting parties, protecting over 500 wild plant species and more than 1000 wild animal species.
Date submitted
2017-01-17
Date updated
2020-10-02
Is private
No
Included in species pages
No
Authoritative
No
Invasive
No
Threatened
No
Part of the sensitive data service
No
Region
Not provided
Metadata link
https://registry.nbnatlas.org/public/show/dr521

5 Number of Taxa

5 Distinct Species

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Martes martes
Martes martes (Linnaeus, 1758)
Pine Marten
 
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Meles meles
Meles meles (Linnaeus, 1758)
Eurasian Badger
 
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Mustela erminea
Mustela erminea Linnaeus, 1758
Stoat
 
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Mustela nivalis
Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, 1766
Weasel
 
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Mustela putorius
Mustela putorius Linnaeus, 1758
Polecat
 
Action Supplied Name Scientific Name (matched) Image Author (matched) Common Name (matched)
Martes martes Martes martes (Linnaeus, 1758) Pine Marten
Meles meles Meles meles (Linnaeus, 1758) Eurasian Badger
Mustela erminea Mustela erminea Linnaeus, 1758 Stoat
Mustela nivalis Mustela nivalis Linnaeus, 1766 Weasel
Mustela putorius Mustela putorius Linnaeus, 1758 Polecat
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