Dealing in protected birds

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service is seeking feedback on the draft dealing in protected birds code of practice.
Crimson rosella
Crimson rosella

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What’s this about?

The draft Code of Practice introduces a new framework for regulating protected bird species. This framework operates under clause 2.9 of the Biodiversity Conservation Regulation 2017.

Key features include:

  1. Risk-Based Assessment
    • The included bird species have been evaluated using a risk-based tool.
    • This tool integrates the most robust and current evidence.
    • It employs a structured decision-making approach, considering agreed parameters and risk attributes.
  2. Public Participation
    • The draft Code of Practice is open for public review and feedback.
    • Stakeholders and interested parties are encouraged to submit their comments.

Your participation in the consultation process is essential to ensure the final Code of Practice is comprehensive and effective.

Have your say

Have your say by Sunday 30 June 2024.

You can have your say in 3 ways.

Online consultation

Email

31 May 2024 to 30 June 2024

wildlife.reforms@environment.nsw.gov.au

Formal submission

31 May 2024 to 30 June 2024

Address: Manager National Parks and Wildlife Service Wildlife Strategy and Reform Unit, Re: Public Exhibition, Locked Bag 5022, Parramatta, NSW 2124.

Consultation period

From:31 May 2024
To:30 June 2024

See consultation methods

More information

Email: Project team
Phone: 02 9995 5000
Agency Website
Consultation Website

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