Rules On Bird Species For Which The Special Habitat Protection Measures To Ensure The Survival And Reproduction Of The Species Range In The

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par putnu sugu sarakstu, kurām piemēro īpašus dzīvotņu aizsardzības pasākumus, lai nodrošinātu sugu izdzīvošanu un vairošanos izplatības areālā

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 211 in Riga in 2007 (March 27. No 21 30. §) rules on bird species for which the special habitat protection measures to ensure the survival and reproduction of the species range Issued in accordance with the species and Habitat Protection Act article 4, point 9 of the regulations determines the list of bird species for which the special habitat protection measures to ensure the survival and reproduction of the species range (annex). Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law arising from the European Parliament and of the Council of 2 April 1979 by Directive 79/409/EEC on the conservation of wild birds. Prime Minister-Defense Minister a. Slakter a Minister of environment r. vējonis annex Cabinet 27 March 2007 the Regulation No 211 bird species list to which special conservation measures concerning their Habitat in order to ensure the species ' survival and reproduction 1. Gārgaļveidīg birds/Gaviiform: 1.1-gārgaļ/Gaviida: 1.1.1. Red-throated Diver Gavia stellat;/ 1.1.2. Black-throated Diver v Gavia arctica; 1.1.3. the Arctic diver Gavia immer/. 2. Dūkurveidīg birds/Podicipediform: 2.1 the grebes/Podicipedida: 2.1.1. horned Grebe podiceps auritus/. 3. the stormy petrels/Procellariiform: procellariidae/3.1 Procellariida: 3.1.1. Madeira Madeira petrel/Pterodrom; 3.1.2. the petrel/Kobaverd ptero Drôme fe; 3.1.3. Bulver petrel/Bulweri-bulweri; 3.1.4. Yellow-billed/Calonectr by diomede petrel; 3.1.5. Balearic Puffins in the petrel/mauretanic puffin (Puffin of mauretanic); 3.1.6. Mediterranean petrel/Puffin of yelkouan; 3.1.7. small petrel/Puffin of assimil. 3.2. environmental Oceanography: topics and analysis of family/Hydrobatida: vētrasburātāj/baltsej-3.2.1. Pelagodrom Marina; 3.2.2. the little vētrasburātāj/Hydrobat-pelagic; 3.2.3. North of vētrasburātāj/Oceanodrom leucorho; 3.2.4. vētrasburātāj/Oceanodrom of Madeira in the Castro. 4. birds/Pelecaniform Pelecaniformes: pelicans 4.1/4.1.1. Pelecanida: the pink Pelican-Pelecanus onocrotal/; 4.1.2. curly Pelican Pelecanus Crispus/; 4.2. the cormorant family/Phalacrocoracida: 4.2.1 crested Cormorant/Phalacrocorax Aristotelis desmaresti; 4.2.2. the little Cormorant Phalacrocorax pygme/. 5. the birds of Ciconiiformes/Ciconiiform: 5.1-Heron/Ardeida: 5.1.1 Bittern/Botaur of large stellar; 5.1.2. Least Bittern/Ixobrych for hours; 5.1.3. the night heron Nycticorax nycticorax/; 5.1.4. Heron/Ardeol the yellow ralloid; 5.1.5. silk/Egret Egretta garzetta; 5.1.6. the White Heron/Egretta Alba (Ardea Alba); 5.1.7. the red heron Ardea purpurea/; 5.2. the Stork/Ciconiida: 5.2.1 the black stork Ciconia nigra/; 5.2.2. White Stork Ciconia ciconia;/ 5.3. ibis family/Threskiornithida: 5.3.1 Brown ibis Plegad an falcinell;/ 5.3.2./Eurasian spoonbill Platalea Leucorodia. 6. the birds/Flamingveidīg: 6.1 the flaming Phoenicopteriform family phoenicopteridae: 6.1.1 a/pink/Flamingo phoenicopterus ruber. 7. the birds/Anseriform Anseriformes: Anatidae 7.1/7.1.1 Anatidae: the little swan/Cygnus bewickii (Cygnus bewicki of columbian); 7.1.2. whooper swan Cygnus Cygnus/; 7.1.3. the Greenland goose/baltpier Anser Albifrons flavirostris; 7.1.4. small goose Anser erythrop/; 7.1.5. barnacle goose Branta leucopsis/; 7.1.6. Red-necked Goose Branta ruficollis;/ 7.1.7. Red Shelduck/Tadorn ferruginea; 7.1.8. marble Marmaronett angustirostr of the teal/; 7.1.9. white-eyed River-Aythya nyroca a/; 7.1.10. Steller's Eider/Polystict-steller; 7.1.11. smew mergus/albell (for the albell of Mergell); 7.1.12. White-headed Oxyura leucocephala a/zilknāb. 8. Birds birds/Falconiformes: Ospreys 8.1/8.1.1. Pandionida: Osprey Pandion haliaetus/; 8.2. the Hawk family/Accipitrida: 8.2.1./Pernis apivorus European; 8.2.2. the black-winged kite/Elan to caerule; 8.2.3. black kite-Milvus migrans; 8.2.4. the red kite Milvus milvus;/ 8.2.5. Sea Eagle/Haliaeet albicilla; 8.2.6. bearded vulture/Gypaet barbatus; 8.2.7. Egyptian vulture neophron percnopterus/; 8.2.8./Eurasian Griffon gyps fulvus; 8.2.9. Black Vulture Aegypius Monachus;/ 8.2.10. čūskērgl/circaetus Gallicus; 8.2.11. Marsh-Harrier Circus aeruginosus/; 8.2.12. field in the rain/circus cyane; 8.2.13. Prairie Rain/circus macrourus; 8.2.14. meadow rain/circus pygarg; 8.2.15. Corsican goshawk Accipiter gentil a arrigoni;/ 8.2.16. Madeira/sparrowhawk Accipiter Nisus gravel; 8.2.17. Levant sparrowhawk Accipiter brevipes/; 8.2.18./long-legged buzzard Buteo rufinus; 8.2.19. lesser spotted eagle Aquila pomarina/; 8.2.20. greater spotted eagle Aquila clanga/; 8.2.21. the Royal Eagle/Aquila heliaca; 8.2.22. the Spanish Eagle/Aquila Adalberti; 8.2.23. Golden Eagle/Aquila chrysaeto; 8.2.24. booted Eagle Hieraaetus pennatus/; 8.2.25. striped/spotted eagle Hieraaetus fasciatus; 8.3. the Falcon family Falconidae: 8.3.1./Naumann/Kestrel Falco naumanni; 8.3.2. Red-footed Falcon Falco vespertinus/; 8.3.3. Merlin Falco columbarius/; 8.3.4./Eleonora's falcon Falco eleonorae; 8.3.5./lanner falcon Falco biarmicus; 8.3.6. the saker falcon Falco cherrug/; 8.3.7. hunting falcon Falco/rusticol; 8.3.8. the peregrine falcon Falco Peregrinus/. 9. the galliformes birds/Galliform: 9.1 medņ family/Tetraonida: mežirb/9.1.1 the Bonas bonasia; 9.1.2. Iberian Lagopus mutus baltirb/pyrenaic; 9.1.3. The Alpine Lagopus mutus baltirb/helvetic; 9.1.4. grouse tetrao tetrix tetrix/; 9.1.5. medn/tetrao urogall; 9.2. Phasianidae/Phasianida: 9.2.1. Rock Partridge/has Alector Graeca; 9.2.2. Barbary Partridge/has Alector Barbara; 9.2.3. the Italian Perdix perdix Italica laukirb/; 9.2.4. Perdix perdix Pyrenean laukirb/hispaniens. 10. the birds of Gruiformes/Gruiform: 10.1-trīspirkstīš/Turnicida: small 10.1.1. trīspirkstīt/Turnix sylvatic; 10.2. the crane family Gruidae: 10.2.1./crane/Grus Grus; 10.3. coots/Rallida: ormanīt/Porzan-10.3.1 porzan; 10.3.2. the little ormanīt/Porzan for parvo; 10.3.3. hope of ormanīt/Porzan pusilla; Crex crex 10.3.4./cut; 10.3.5. sultānvistiņ/Porphyri the porphyri; 10.3.6. comb lauc/Fulic cristata; 10.4 the whitefish family otididae: 10.4.1/little Bustard Tetrax tetrax;/ 10.4.2. the collar of the undulat whitefish/Chlamydot; 10.4.3. great bustard Otis tarda/. 11. the Charadriiformes birds/Chardadriiform: 11.1. avozet family/Recurvirostrida: garstilb/Himantop to 11.1.1 himantop; 11.1.2. Recurvirostr avosett avozet/a; 11.2.-lielač/Burhinida: 11.2.1. thick-knee Burhinus-oedicnem;/ 11.3.-bezdelīgtārtiņ/Glareolida: 11.3.1. Sandy kurjerputn/the Cursori cursors; 11.3.2. brūnspārn bezdelīgtārtiņš/pratincol of glareola; 11.4. plovers family/Charadriida: 11.4.1. Plover Charadrius alexandrin marine/of; 11.4.2. Ringed Plover Charadrius Morinel/for the morinellus (Eudromi-morinellus); 11.4.3. Plover yellow/apricari by the Pluvial; 11.4.4. barnacle lapwing/Hoplopter spinosus; 11.5. sloka family/Scolopacida: šņibīt/Šinc-11.5.1. Calidris schinzi of Alpine; 11.5.2. gugatn/Philomach for pugnax; 11.5.3. Kikuta/Gallinag the media; 11.5.4. godwit Limosa lapponica;/ 11.5.5. common curlew/the tenuirostr; Numeni 11.5.6. Marsh Sandpiper Tringa glareola/; 11.5.7. terekij/Xen cinereus (Tringa cinerea); 11.5.8. šaurknābj of the pūslīt/Phalarop lobat; 11.6. the gull family/Larida: 11.6.1. Western Gull Larus melanocephalus;/ 11.6.2. Common Gull Larus GENEI a/; 11.6.3. Oduān Gull Larus audouini/; 11.6.4. little Keira/Larus minutus; 7.3. the tern family/Sternida: 11.7.1. dune tern Gelochelidon/nilotic (Stern nilotic); 11.7.2. Caspian tern/Stern caspi; 11.7.3. cekulzīriņš/Stern sandvicens; 11.7.4. Tern Sterna dougalli/pink; 11.7.5. Common Tern Sterna hirundo/; 11.7.6. Arctic Tern Sterna/paradisae; 11.7.7. Least Tern/Sterna albifrons; 11.7.8. barnacle tern chlidonias hybrida/; 11.7.9. Black tern chlidonias niger/; 11.8. family/wanted: 11.8.1. Iberian Alcida common Guillemot Uria aalge Iberica/. 12. the birds of Smilšvistiņveidīg/Pterocliform: smilšvistiņ-12.1/Pteroclidida: 12.1.1. Pterocl of the smilšvistiņ black/orientalis; 12.1.2. smilšvistiņ/Pterocl-grenadier alchat. 13. Baložveidīg/Columbiform birds: 13.1. pigeons/Columbida: 13.1.1 Azores rural pigeon Columba palumbus/azoric; 13.1.2. Madeira pigeon Columba trocaz/; 13.1.3. Bolles pigeon Columba bolli/; 13.1.4. Laurel pigeon/Columba junonia. 14. Pūčveidīg birds/STRIGIFORMES: owls-14.1/Strigida: 14.1.1. eagle owl Bubo bubo a/; 14.1.2. snowy owl Nyctea scandiaca/; 14.1.3. the Northern Hawk Owl Surnia ulula/; 14.1.4. Eurasian Pygmy-owl/Glaucidi Forum passerin; 14.1.5. great Grey Owl Strix nebulosa/; 14.1.6. Urālpūc/Strix uralensis; 14.1.7. screech OWL/ASIO flamme; 14.1.8. boreal Owl Aegolius funereus/. 15. the birds of Lēļveidīg/Caprimulform: lēļ-15.1./Caprimulgida: vakarlēp/Caprimulg to 15.1.1. Europaea. 16. the Apodiformes: Apodiform bird/16.1. svīr family/Apodida: 16.1.1. rumped Screamer/HR for caffer. 17. the Coraciiformes: birds/Coraciiform 17.1. fish-dzenīš/Alcedinida: 17.1.1. Kingfisher/Alcedo atthis. 17.2. the Green crow family/Coraciida: 17.2.1. Green Crow/Coraci's garrul. 18. Woodpeckers birds/Piciform: 18.1. woodpeckers/Picida: 18.1.1. grey Woodpecker/Pic CANUS; 18.1.2. Black Woodpecker/Dryocop of martia; 18.1.3. the greater spotted Woodpecker Tenerife/Dendrocopo major canariensis; 18.1.4. Gran Canaria of the greater spotted Woodpecker/Dendrocopo major thanner; 18.1.5. Syrian Woodpecker/a Dendrocopo syriaca; 18.1.6. the average Woodpecker/Dendrocopo media; 18.1.7. Dendrocopo leucoto baltmugurdzen/a; 18.1.8. halcyon trīspirkst/Picoid the tridactyl. passerine birds/19:19.1 Passeriform. sociable flocks separate family/Alaudida: 19.1.1 the Lark of DuPont/dupont Chersophil; 19.1.2. Prairie Lark/Melanocoryph the calandr; 19.1.3. short of a lark/Calandrell brachydactyl; 19.1.4. Tekla Lark/Galerid of the thekla; 19.1.5. Woodlark/Lullul arborea; 19.2. the dishwasher/Motacillida family: 19.2.1. Prairie čipst/Anthus campestris; 19.3.-paceplīš/Troglodytida: 19.3.1. Faroe-Wren troglodytes troglodytes/fridariens; 19.4.-(forest thrush antelope) Muscicapida (Turdina): zilrīklīt/Luscini-19.4.1. svecic; 19.4.2./Saxicol the Canary and dacotia; 19.4.3. Black/Oenanth-leucur and; 19.4.4. Cyprus/Oenanth of cypriac and; 19.4.5. dagl and the pleschank in/Oenanth; 19.5.-(kauku antelope)/Muscicapidae (Sylviina): 19.5.1. Red Warbler Acrocephalus melanopogon in;/ 19.5.2. sedge Warbler Acrocephalus-paludicol;/ 19.5.3. olive Warbler/Hippol; the olivetor 19.5.4. dark Warbler/Sylvia SARDA; 19.5.5. long-tailed Warbler/Sylvia undat; 19.5.6. Cyprus Warbler Sylvia melanothorax/; 19.5.7. Southern Black-throated Warbler v Sylvia rueppell; 19.5.8. striped Warbler/Sylvia nisori; 12.2.-(at the bottom of the old world Flycatcher family)/Muscicapidae; (Muscicapina): 19.6.1. small Flycatcher/Ficedul for parvo; 19.6.2. Balkan-Ficedul-semitorquat/; 19.6.3. half of the albicoll Ficedul-/; zīlīš-19.7/Parida: 19.7.1. Cyprus forest On the cypriot pupils/ater; 19.8. nuthatches/Sittida: dzilnīt/sarkankrūš-19.8.1. Sitta krueper; 19.8.2. Corsican Nuthatch/Sitta whitehead; 12.4.-mizložņ/Certhiida: 19.9.1. Cyprus/Certhi a short treecreeper brachydactyl of dorothea; 19.10. Shrike/Laniida: 19.10.1. Brown Shrike Lanius colluri/; 19.10.2. melnpier's Shrike Lanius minor/; 19.10.3. mask Shrike/Lanius nubic; 19.11. the crow family corvidae: 19.11.1. Rock/Crow/Pyrrhocorax Pyrrhocorax; 19.12. finches (Serinus antelope)/Fringillidae (Fringillina): 19.12.1. Shows the Fringill of the Finch/coeleb ombrios; 19.12.2. Blue Finch/Fringill-teyde; 19.13. Serinus (merginae kaņepīš)/Fringillidae (Carduelina): krustknāb/19.13.1. Scottish loxia scotic; 19.13.2. the trompetsvilp/Bucanet of pink githagine; 19.13.3. whistle/Pyrrhul murin-(Pyrrhul-pyrrhul-murin); 19.14. Grey (grey merginae)/Emberizidae (Emberizina): 19.14.1. grey Bunting/Emberiz the cinerace; 19.14.2. garden Bunting by Emberiz hortulan;/ 19.14.3. rudrīkl Emberiz caesi of the Bunting/.
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