Voluntary Candidate Conservation Agreements Definition Apes


§ 2086. Habitat for threatened or threatened species; locally defined voluntary programmes; rules; receipts from agricultural activities; Renewal of authorisations § 2085. Application of the article to types of candidates; NOTE 4. INVITES States that have wild or detained great apes, States participating in the transit of live meat or great apes and States that are the final destination of live meat or great apes, to take immediate measures, including appropriate national provisions, to stop any illegal trade and prohibit the capture of wild great apes; (7) The take authorisation provides for the development and implementation of an adaptive management process, in cooperation with the national and federal authorities, which contributes significantly to the long-term preservation of the non-submerged triangle. c) The restoration of Chinook salmon in the spring in the San Joaquin River is intended to promote the conservation and recovery of the species. (c) This Section shall apply only to agreements which are predominantly wooded areas. (b) where the species covered by an agreement are a declining or endangered species and the species is subsequently listed as threatened, threatened or potential in accordance with this Chapter, the inclusion of the species shall not be necessary under the agreement for a new authorisation or authorisation, irrespective of the change in the status of the species. (a) By authorization or declaration of intent, the Persons Division may: public authorities, universities, zoological gardens and scientific or educational institutions authorize endangered species to import, export, take or keep threatened species or candidate species for scientific, educational or management purposes. (c) These species of fish, wild animals and plants have ecological, educational, historical, recreational, aesthetic, economic and scientific value for the people of that State, and the conservation, protection and improvement of these species and their habitat are of national importance. (b) the Ministry may authorise the admission by authorisation of threatened, threatened and candidate species if all of the following conditions are met: (b) the authorisation granted in accordance with subsection (a) shall cover all random sampling of a blunt leopard lizard that may occur as part of the implementation of the mitigation or conservation measures prescribed by the authorisation. (a) The Ministry, in collaboration with the Ministry of Food and Agriculture, agricultural commissioners, councillors, farmers, ranchers and other agricultural experts, shall adopt rules authorizing voluntary programs designed locally for routine and ongoing agricultural activities on farms or ranches, which promote the habitat of applicants, threatened and threatened species and wild animals in general. Agriculture officials, advisors, farmers, ranchers or other agricultural professionals can propose these programs to the department, in collaboration with conservation groups. The Division shall propose provisions for these programmes by 1 July 1998 at the latest.

IN RECOGNITION of the cup, with the exception of the gorilla (gorilla beringei ssp. . .