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LIFE EuroSAP will run for three years, involving 13 partners and covering a total of 16 species. The bird species targeted by the LIFE EuroSAP project are some of the most charismatic and threatened in Europe. Current conservation measures are not adapted and their populations are in continuous decline. This project will study the birds’ entire life-cycle, cover entire migratory routes, analyse threats and will define better-adapted conservation actions.

 

YELKOUAN SHEARWATER

MONTEIRO'S STORM-PETREL

VELVET SCOTER

 

 

 

Background

Latest plan: None

Led by: LPO/BirdLife France

Background

Latest plan: None

Led by: SPEA/BirdLife Portugal

Background

Latest plan: Velvet Scoter 2007-2009

Led by: LOD/BirdLife LithuaniaFACEAEWA

     

WHITE-HEADED DUCK

CINEREOUS VULTURE

BEARDED VULTURE

 

 

 

Background

Latest plan: White-headed Duck 2006

Led by: SEO/BirdLife SpainAEWA

Background

Latest plan: Cinereous Vulture 1996

Led by: VCF

Background

Latest plan: Bearded Vulture 1997

Led by: VCFSEO/BirdLife Spain

     

DALMATIAN PELICAN

EUROPEAN TURTLE-DOVE

LOWLAND GRASSLAND BREEDING WADERS

 

 

 

Background

Latest plan: Dalmatian Pelican 1996

Led by: HOS/BirdLife GreeceAEWA

Background

Latest plan: Turtle-dove 2007-2009

Led by: RSPB/BirdLife UKFACE

Background

Led by: NABU/BirdLife GermanyRSPB/BirdLife UKSOF/BirdLife SwedenVBN/BirdLife NetherlandsFACEAEWA

 

Eurasian Oystercatcher

Northern Lapwing

'Baltic' Dunlin

Black-tailed Godwit

Lowland Grassland Breeding Waders

Lowland Grassland Breeding Waders

Lowland Grassland Breeding Waders

Lowland Grassland Breeding Waders

       

Common Snipe

Eurasian Curlew

Ruff

Common Redshank

Lowland Grassland Breeding Waders

Lowland Grassland Breeding Waders

Lowland Grassland Breeding Waders

Lowland Grassland Breeding Waders

 

EuroSAP is a LIFE preparatory project, co-financed by the European Commission Directorate General for the Environment,  the African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbird Agreement (AEWA), and by each of the project partners.

 


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