Regulation (2009:1263) Concerning The Management Of Bear, Wolf, Wolverine, Lynx And Golden Eagles
Original Language Title: Förordning (2009:1263) om förvaltning av björn, varg, järv, lo och kungsörn
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Article 1 this regulation lays down provisions concerning the management
the bear, Wolf, Wolverine, Lynx and Golden Eagle (large carnivores).
The Administration aims to animals of these species should be
in such large numbers that the species in the long term remains in the
Swedish fauna and that animals can spread to their
natural range. This objective should be achieved in a
such a pace which promotes coexistence between people and
these species while damage and nuisance prevention
section 2 management of the large carnivores, there shall be
rovdjursförvaltnings areas as follows.
1. Northern rovdjursförvaltnings area includes
Västernorrland, jämtland, Västerbotten and Norrbotten
2. Middle rovdjursförvaltnings area includes Stockholm,
Uppsala, Västra Götaland, Värmland, Örebro, Västmanland,
Dalarna and Gävleborg.
3. Southern rovdjursförvaltnings area includes Södermanland,
Östergötland, Jönköping, Kronoberg, Kalmar, Gotland,
Blekinge, Skåne and Halland.
3 § for each rovdjursförvaltnings area, there shall be a
the Liaison Council for cooperation between the provincial governments within the
the area in matters of management of large predators. In
the partnership councils for Northern and Central
rovdjursförvaltnings areas, representatives of the Sami Parliament
Determination of levels the occurrence of large carnivores
section 4 of the County Board shall submit proposals to the Council to
the minimum number of föryngringar per year as the administration shall
aim to maintain (minimum level) for the presence of
bears, wolves, Wolverines and lynxes in the County.
The Council shall, on the basis of the county administrative boards
proposal referred to in the first subparagraph to the environmental protection agency to leave
proposal for minimum levels for the presence of bears, wolves,
Wolverine and Lynx in the rovdjursförvaltnings area and in each
of the counties that are included in the area. Regulation (2013:1096).
paragraph 5 of the proposal of partnership councils, the environmental protection agency
set minimum levels for the presence of the bear, Wolf, Wolverine
and lo, in each of the areas of rovdjursförvaltnings and
The environmental protection agency to set minimum levels referred to in the first
subparagraph in the context of the national targets for each species
and with regard to the species ' natural range.
Review of levels
section 6 of the environmental protection agency, at least once every five years to review
the distribution of the minimum levels set out in paragraph 4 of the second paragraph.
Management plans and guidelines
section 7 of the County Board shall establish a rovdjursförvaltnings plan
for the County.
Partnership councils, with regard to the
rovdjursförvaltnings plans and the determined
the minimum levels of designing long-term comprehensive guidelines
for rovdjursförvaltningen in rovdjursförvaltnings area.
section 8 of the provincial Government shall annually examine how many
föryngringar of Wolf, Wolverine, Lynx and Golden Eagles that are present in
the County (predator inventory).
Within the reindeer management area to the County Administrative Board in addition, every year
after consultation with affected Sámi communities investigate how many
föryngringar of wolves, Wolverines and lynxes that are present within
the Sami community's Swedish transhumance and about species
regularly or occasionally within the sameby. The County Board shall
even after consultation with affected Sámi communities investigate whether bear
or Golden Eagle in the Sami community's Swedish transhumance.
The results of the predator inventories shall be submitted to the
The environmental protection agency.
§ 9 the environmental protection agency shall annually review and determine
the counting results for Wolf, Wolverine, Lynx and Golden Eagles. If
the weather made it impossible to take stock of a species,
The environmental protection agency rather than make an estimate of the stock.
The environmental protection agency, at least once every five years to make a
estimation of the stock of the bear.
section 10 of the environmental protection agency may provide for
the enforcement of this regulation.
About reindeer husbandry is concerned, the environmental protection agency told the Sami Parliament
before regulations are announced.
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