. Duties of agriculture Ministers with respect to areas of special scientific interest. Algae ; Asparagopsis armata : Hooked Asparagus Seaweed: Codium fragile ssp. 9. 3. of certain animals and plants included in Schedule 9, Codes of practice in connection with species which are non-native or included in Schedule 9, Prohibition on keeping etc. of invasive animals or plants, Contravention of Invasive Alien Species Regulation. . Non-native species etc. of live or dead wild birds, eggs etc. Exceptions to ss. and Countryside Act 1981 . 1. Have in one's possession or control any wild bird, dead or alive, or any part of a wild bird, which has been taken in … Ministerial guidance as respects areas of special scientific interest. Contact points and further information . Statutory undertakers, etc. 8. of invasive animals or plants, Prohibition on sale etc. 41A.Application of sections 42 to 45 in Wales. Membership of National Park authorities. 27AA.Application of sections 28 to 34 in Wales. . (1) This paragraph applies where— (a) a person is charged... 6.This paragraph applies if the licence— (a) is granted to... 7.This paragraph applies if— (a) the licence is granted for... 8.This paragraph applies if the licence is—. 28I. (1) The amendments made by the foregoing provisions of this... PART I Enactments repealed one month after the passing of this Act, PART II Enactments repealed on a day to be appointed. 57A. of wild hares, rabbits etc. 2. The Wild Mammals (Protection) Act 1996: Offences relating to the mutilation or beating of protected wild mammals are punishable on summary conviction only … False statements made for obtaining registration or licence etc. 13. 10. All naturally occurring wild birds in Great Britain are protected from persecution by the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 It is illegal to kill, injure or ‘take’ any wild bird, take or damage the nest of any wild bird whilst in use or being built. 59. . Signposting of byways open to all traffic. Meaning of “appropriate conservation body”. 5. 7. . Grants and loans for purposes of National Parks. Duties in relation to sites of special scientific interest. It has numerous parts and supplementary lists and schedules many of which have been amended since publication. Registration etc. Changes to Legislation . There are outstanding changes not yet made by the legislation.gov.uk editorial team to Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. 8. 5. Procedure in Connection With Orders Under Section 36, 8. Appeals in connection with consents. Effect of definitive map and statement. Species control orders: entry by warrant etc. Procedure in Connection With Orders Under Section 36, 6. 2. 60.. . 3. of certain captive wild birds, 11.Prohibition of certain methods of killing or taking wild animals, 15.Endangered species (import and export). Links to this primary source; Content referring to this primary source; Practical Law coverage of this primary source reference and links to the underlying primary source materials. Sale etc. BOATs not to be added to definitive maps. Different options to open legislation in order to view more content on screen at once. The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 is the principal legislation providing protection for animals, plants and habitats in the UK [1]. Procedure in Connection with Certain Orders under Part II, 8. Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. : power to enter premises, Group 2 offences: examining specimens and taking samples, Restrictions on taking of samples from live specimens, Constables' powers in connection with samples, Offences in connection with enforcement powers. 2. Any changes that have already been made by the team appear in the content and are referenced with annotations. 50. This site additionally contains content derived from EUR-Lex, reused under the terms of the Commission Decision 2011/833/EU on the reuse of documents from the EU institutions. Amendment of Acts In Relation To Night Shooting of Hares and Rabbits, 12. . 1. . 4. with respect to nature conservation and the countryside, Payments under certain agreements offered by authorities, Duty to keep definitive map and statement under continuous review, Duty to reclassify roads used as public paths, No further surveys or reviews under the 1949 Act, Supplementary provisions as to definitive maps and statements, Application of ss. 5. (1) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 6 of the Ground... (1) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 50(1)(a) of the Agriculture... (1) At the end of subsection (2) of section 1... For subsection (3) of section 10 of the Deer Act... (1) After section 10 of that Act there shall be... (1) In paragraph 1 of Schedule 2 to that Act... (1) In subsection (1)(c) of section 10 of the Conservation... (1) This Schedule provides for— (a) species control agreements between... (1) “ Species ” means any kind of animal or... (1) “ Environmental authority ”, in relation to premises in... (1) “ Owner ”, in relation to premises consisting of... (1) “Species control operations” are operations to do one or... (1) An environmental authority may enter into a “species control... (1) A species control agreement must provide for—. All content is available under the Open Government Licence v3.0 except where otherwise stated. 14C.Non-native species etc. This paragraph applies if the licence is—. 6. The Commission shall be a body corporate. 53 to 57 to inner London, 59.Prohibition on keeping bulls on land crossed by public rights of way, 60.Regulation of traffic on public rights of way, 62.Appointment of wardens for public rights of way, 63.Orders creating, extinguishing or diverting footpaths and bridleways, 64.Publication of dedication of footpaths and bridleways, 65.Signposting of byways open to all traffic, Birds which are Protected by Special Penalties, PART II By Authorised Persons at all Times, PART I Alive at all Times if Ringed and Bred in Captivity, PART III Dead from 1st September to 28th February, Birds Which Must Be Registered and Ringed if Kept in Captivity, Animals which may not be Killed or Taken by Certain Methods. 13. Issued by Natural England’s West Anglia Area Team on 13 October 2020. . Schedule 6 of the Wildlife & Countryside Act 1981 Animals which may not be Killed or Taken by Certain Methods. 54A. 33. 17. NATIONAL PARKS AND ACCESS TO THE COUNTRYSIDE ACT 1949 . Payments under certain agreements offered by authorities. 17.False statements made for obtaining registration or licence etc. The offences and protections listed for these species are under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (as amended). The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 lists protected species of plants and animals on various schedules, with differing levels of protection according to their needs. Protection of wild birds, their nests and eggs. 10. Prohibition of certain methods of killing or taking wild animals. killed or taken unlawfully, Relaxation of restriction on night shooting of hares and rabbits, Sale etc. 21. Amendment of Acts In Relation To Night Shooting of Hares and Rabbits, Animals and Plants to which Section 14 Applies, Part I NON-NATIVE Animals which are established in the wild, PART IB ANIMALS NO LONGER NORMALLY PRESENT, Species control agreements and orders (England and Wales). . Notification of agricultural operations on moor and heath in National Parks. 9. Representations or objections made with respect to abandoned surveys or reviews. 37. (1) Where under paragraph 2(c) the appointment of the appointed... Certain acts and omissions of appointed persons to be treated as those of the Secretary of State. The eggs of all wild birds are also protected. The Wildlife (Northern Ireland) Order is a separate act for Northern Ireland. . Management agreements with owners and occupiers of land. 9. . 28F. 6. : power to enter premises, 18E.Group 2 offences: examining specimens and taking samples, 18F.Restrictions on taking of samples from live specimens, 19XA.Constables' powers in connection with samples, 19XB.Offences in connection with enforcement powers. Areas of special protection. Group 1 offences and licences: power to enter premises, Group 1 offences and licences: examining specimens and taking samples, Group 2 offences and licences etc. Consolidation of definitive maps and statements.