News for Species Action

25 Apr 2017

Examples from Europe where hunting positively influences the conservation of threatened species.

1 Feb 2016

The FACE secretariat developed a number of guidance documents and information notes  during 2015:

1 May 2014

Following recommendations from the AEWA Technical Committee, and the event of the some species becoming up-listed under the IUCN Red List shortly before the 5th Meeting of the AEWA Parties in La Rochelle, in 2012 a resolution was passed urging parties to support the development of single species action plans for Eurasian Curlew (Numenius arquata), the Long-tailed Duck (Clangula hyemalis) and the Velvet Scoter (Melanitta fusca), with prioritisation for the Long-tailed 

4 Oct 2013

The reports from of INTERCAFE project (Interdisciplinary Initiative to Reduce pan-European Cormorant-Fisheries Conflicts) are now available. This scientific programme which ran for four years (2004-2008) has been an enormous effort, so good to see the final outcomes, including a report on status and distribution of Cormorants and a toolbox for reducing cormorant problems. 

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13 Jun 2013

At the invitation of President of LATMA and FACE Vice-President Elmārs Švēde, the FACE Baltic and Nordic Regions met in Riga, Latvia on 9-10 May. The first day was devoted to the Riga Trophy X Exhibition which included important trophy exhibitions from the Baltic countries and Belarus.

23 Apr 2013

The first meeting of the AEWA Svalbard Pink-footed Goose International Working Group (AEWA SPfG IWG) took place on 23 April in Copenhagen, hosted by the Danish Nature Agency.

23 Nov 2012

The Duck Specialist Group is a global network of duck specialists working on the monitoring, research, conservation and management of wild duck populations.

12 Nov 2012

Anser erythropus

The AEWA Lesser White-fronted Goose (LWfG) International Working Group held its 2nd meeting during 9-11 November at Lake Kerkini, Greece.


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