Naturenet: Schedules

Schedules

T

he Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981Pages marked with this symbol are exclusively written for Naturenet, Part 1, has several lists of species, known as schedules. These are subject to occasional revision. Unfortunately the scientific names for these species are not normally given in the Act, and in most cases are not included here.

Schedules 5 and 8 of the Act are reviewed every five years as a part of the regular quinquennial review. See DEFRA.

Statutory Instrument 1998 No. 878 The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (Variation of Schedules 5 and 8) Order 1998

List of Schedules relating to Part I of the Wildlife and Countryside Act

Schedule 1Pages marked with this symbol are exclusively written for Naturenet: Birds which are protected by special penalties.

Schedule 2Pages marked with this symbol are exclusively written for Naturenet: Birds which may be killed or taken.

Schedule 3Pages marked with this symbol are exclusively written for Naturenet: Birds which may be sold.

Schedule 4Pages marked with this symbol are exclusively written for Naturenet: Birds which must be registered and ringed if kept in captivity.

Schedule 5Pages marked with this symbol are exclusively written for Naturenet: Animals which are protected (under review).

Schedule 6Pages marked with this symbol are exclusively written for Naturenet: Animals which may not be killed or taken by certain methods.

Schedule 7: this Schedule amends other legislation relating to the protection of mammals.

Schedule 8Pages marked with this symbol are exclusively written for Naturenet: Plants which are protected (i.e. with special protection) (under review).

Schedule 9Pages marked with this symbol are exclusively written for Naturenet: Animals and plants to which Section 14 applies.

Schedule 10: Amendments to the Endangered Species (Import and Export) Act 1976.

The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) Regulations 1994

The text of schedules 1-4 is adapted from a leaflet published by the RSPBPages marked with this symbol are exclusively written for Naturenet.