Article 12 national summary dashboards

Article 12 National Summaries dashboards include basic statistics and an overview of the main results from Member States’ Article 12 reports. They are based on information reported by Member States in their national reports for the period 2013-2018.
General information on Natura 2020 network

This dashboard provides information at the national level on the numbers and surface area of Natura 2000 sites and associated legal measures in place.

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General information on bird species/populations

This dashboard provides information on the number of bird species reported by each Member state.

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Breeding population and distribution trends

This dashboard provides information at the national level on breeding population and distribution trends of bird species. It also includes the master list of bird species reported by Member States.

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Winter population trends

This dashboard provides information at the national level on winter population trends of bird species.

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Implementation of international species plans

This dashboard provides information at the national level on the implementation and the effectiveness of international species plans and of management plans for huntable bird species.

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Main pressures and threats

This dashboard provides information on the relative importance of the main pressures and threats

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Natura 2000 coverage

Natura 2000 coverage

18 Mar 2020

This dashboard provides information on the coverage of bird species by Natura 2000 sites and on population trends inside the Natura 2000 network

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Conservation measures

Conservation measures

18 Mar 2020

This dashboard provides information on the need, purpose and location of conservation measures

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Data quality and completeness

This dashboard provides basic statistics on data quality and completeness of the Member states’ reports

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Information related to Annex II species

This dashboard provides numbers of Annex II species being nationally hunted

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