Voluntary management of wildlife in farmland – organised in local communities.

April 10, 2017
April 10, 2017 FACE

Landowners (who are often hunters) create some local voluntary communities to restore natural habitats in farmland and collect data on the habitat development as well as population data on grey partridge and hare.

Country: Denmark
Region:
All regions in DK
Starting date:
2013
Species: Grey Partridge (Perdix Perdix), Hare (Lepus)
Species characteristics: Huntable species
Type of actions: Management of habitats and wildlife, Research and data collection, Policy work
Leading partners: Danmarks Naturfredningsforening (www.dn.dk),Friluftsrådet (www.friluftsraadet.dk),Dansk Ornitologisk Forening (www.dof.dk),The Danish Nature Agency (www.naturstyrelsen.dk),Danmarks Jægerforbund (www.jaegerforbundet.dk)Danmarks Biblioteksforening (www.db.dk),Landbrug & Fødevarer (www.lf.dk)

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