Posted by: Dan | March 14, 2011

Paphos Forest Management Plan

BirdLife Cyprus has offered comments for the government’s developing Paphos Forest Management Plan, relating to general provisions in a management plan, conservation actions, the threats facing the forest, the monitoring plans for the Bonelli’s Eagle and the passerines, and the Moufflon.

Note well that the Paphos forest is a Natura 2000 area, an IBA, a SPA, and home to endemic species, subspecies, and other iconic animals. In fact it is the largest such area in Cyprus, so you can imagine what this management plan means for Cyprus.

As such, I’ll be following how this plan takes shape..


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