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The origins of SRMS

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The origins of SRMS

  1. 1. The origins of SRMS Patrick Stirling-Aird Secretary of the Scottish Raptor Study Group
  2. 2. Written Answers to Questions – 8th June 1995 Mr Nigel Evans To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment what action is planned by Her Majesty’s Government to examine the growth in populations of birds of prey and their impact on game bird management and racing pigeons.
  3. 3. UK Raptor Working Group report to Government Minister
  4. 4. 1995 June: Establishment of Raptor Working Group by UK Minister Atkins 2000 February: Publication of consensus report: 1. “We recommend that current programmes of monitoring of birds of prey undertaken by JNCC and the country agencies, RSPB, the Rare Breeding Birds Panel, the Raptor Study Groups and others are maintained at least at existing levels of activity to provide the necessary feedback on the changing status of populations. The productive partnerships between the statutory agencies and non-governmental organisations in monitoring birds of prey should continue to be developed.” 2002 June: Scottish Raptor Monitoring Scheme
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