Agreement on protection of migratory species (pereselegin) of wild animals
One of the most important tasks of the Convention is to protect migratory species that come under the unfavourable status of protection and conservation. In the Annex to the Convention lists migratory species threatened with extinction (hunting prohibited, exceptions are: the needs of indigenous populations, scientific research, as well as extraordinary circumstances) and with unfavourable conservation status.
The main goal and purpose of the Convention is to protect migratory animal species populations and species groups. Created by the agreement on the conservation of bats in Europe, seals, cetaceans, inhabiting the seas (Northern, Baltic), waterbirds (African-Eurasian and Asian-Australian), white crane crane, and created a Memorandum of consensus for the study and protection teknologio of the Curlew.
Among them is the contract must:
1.To recognize that many wild animals are an integral part of nature and must be safe for human good.
2.To understand what generations of people remain custodians of the natural environment for future generations, should preserve this heritage.
3.Worried about those species that move outside the borders.
4.To encourage that the States are protectors of pereselegin animals.
5.Need to be convinced that successful conservation of migratory species of animals require the joint action of all States on whose territory these species inhabit some part of the life cycle.
In article 1 of the Convention stipulates the following definition:
1.Migratory species – those species which pass or cross the limits set boundaries, participating countries.
2. The condition of pereselegin species composition of actions that have a positive effect on the abundance and distribution of migratory animals.
3.The state of preservation is considered favourable – this definition shows what a long period of migratory species remains viable.
4.The state of preservation is considered unfavourable – outlines the measures that are not met.
5.Is endangered species is prone to extinction.
6.The area – land that is, or temporarily was, or was flying migratory species.
7.Habitat is the area where there are good living conditions for specific species of migratory animals.
8.The state of the habitat.
Article 2 stipulates the main principles of the Convention. 3 article – «Migratory animals that are in danger of extinction» and this includes the Annex 1 containing the list of migrating animals under threat of extinction. Article 4 — «Pereselilsya species that have the ability to become the object of a transaction», there’s Annex 2, which lists the types of migrating animals which are in unfavourable conservation status. 5 the article is called «Approximate limits of transactions», article 6 «range Countries», article 7 – «the Meeting of the parties», article 8 – «Academic meeting», article 9 «Secretariat», article 10 «amendments to the words of the Convention», article 11 – «application configuration», article 12 – «the Influence of international conventions and other legislative documents» in article 13 – «Settlement of disputes», article 14 – «a Warning», article 15 – a «Signature», article 16 – «Ratification, the adoption and approval», article 17 «Accession», article 18 – «Entry into force», article 19 «Denunciation» and finally, article 20 – Depositary. Made in 1979, on 23 June in Bonn.