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LEPIDOPTERA RESTORATION

Proposal for re-introduction or introduction
Before completing this form please read Butterfly Conservation’s policies and guidelines on introductions and re-introductions (January 2001). This form gathers the information that will allow Butterfly Conservation to assess the proposal and provide advice or recommendations. Further information or supporting documents may also be needed. Projects being undertaken or promoted in Butterfly Conservation’s name may require approval from the Conservation Committee. Please send completed form to the Director of Species Conservation, Butterfly Conservation Head Office, Manor Yard, East Lulworth, Wareham, Dorset BH20 5QP.
Species: County or Vice-County:
Receptor Site Name(s) & Grid Refs:
BC Region:
National BC priority of species: High Medium Low Other:

Regional Action Plan (RAP) species priority: High Medium Low Other:

Is receptor site a RAP ‘Key Site’ or in RAP ‘Key Area’ 

(names):
If species is a fully protected Schedule 5 one has the relevant licence been sought?:





  1. Objectives.

What is it hoped will be achieved by this project:

What is the primary motivation: to benefit the species or enhance the site?

2) Background.

Does the proposal arise from a local or regional recovery/conservation strategy for the species ?

Yes (please give details & enclose copy or relevant extract) No

If proposed action is identified in the recovery/conservation strategy or in the national Species Action Plan please summarise the progress made with the higher priority actions (attach reports if necessary):

Continued: -
Explain how proposal represents a strategic conservation measure.

Feasibility and Sustainability: please indicate how the following considerations and expectations have been gauged or assessed (enclose reports if available):

a. The likely persistence of an established population:


b. Its likely strength: -could it become at least as strong as the donor site ?


c. Likelihood of further sites being naturally colonised from it:




  1. Site details.

Receptor site:

Ownership & occupancy:

Conservation status (eg. SSSI / Nature Reserve / SNCI ):

Area: (please enclose maps)

Permission/agreement secured from (names):………………………………………………

 Owner/occupier; English Nature / Scottish Natural Heritage / Countryside Council

for Wales / Environment and Heritage Service.
When was the species lost from this site ?:

What were the causes of its disappearance and how have these been remedied ?:



How has the suitability of this site been assessed and compared with other options :


Donor site:

Ownership & occupancy:

Conservation status (as above) and area:

Permission/agreement secured from (names):………………………………………………

Owner/occupier; Natural England / Scottish Natural Heritage / Countryside Council

for Wales / Environment and Heritage Service.



What is the basis for selecting this site as the donor, what other sites were considered and why were they discounted:



  1. Methods.

Details of how donor stock will be obtained, and how it will be released (include dates, places, numbers, life-stages and techniques). Are parasites also to be introduced?

Contingencies


What are the contingencies if weather, state of donor population or receptor site or other factors disrupt planned work?:

  1. Impacts.

Donor site: Provide details of the target species' population for the last 5 years or other assessments of its strength and suitability to act as a donor.

Receptor site: Has management of the site for the target species affected other fauna or flora of interest, or will it? (mention both positive and negative effects)


If it has had, or will have, a negative effect are those species of comparable or greater nature conservation priority and what mitigation/compensation measures are possible and will be/have been undertaken?:




  1. Management.

Please provide information on past & future management of both donor & receptor sites: enclose extracts from relevant management plans and give details of support and implementation mechanisms (eg funding sources, reserve or site management staff)


7) Monitoring. Detail your plans for monitoring at the donor & receptor sites for the next 5 years, and provide a target for measuring success at the receptor site.


8) Contingencies. What will be done if the donor population crashes or the re-introduction fails?

9) Liaison. What other consultations or liaison have been undertaken eg the local Wildlife Trust, County Recorder, LBAP group (enclose any relevant correspondence):


10) Project management and reporting procedures. Who is/will be responsible for:
Overseeing the project:
Site management of receptor site:
Monitoring receptor site:
Site management of donor site:
Monitoring donor site:
Reporting results to BC and other relevant bodies:




Name:......................................................................................

Address:.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Date:........................…

BC Branch and position (if applicable):..........................................…………………………
Butterfly Conservation

Company limited by guarantee, registered in England (2206468)

Registered office: Manor Yard, East Lulworth, Wareham, Dorset BH20 5QP

Tel: 01929 400209, Fax: 01929 400210, Email: info@butterfly-conservation.org



Charity registered in England & Wales (254937) and in Scotland (SCO39268)


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