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Natural England and Scottish Natural Heritage are seeking views on the proposal to extend an existing Special Protection Area (SPA) to create the Solway Firth SPA to protect important birds.
This consultation was held on another website.
This consultation ran from9am on 25 October 2016 to
5pm on 17 January 2017
Special Protection Areas (SPAs) are special sites designated under the EU Birds Directive to protect rare, vulnerable and migratory birds.
The proposal is to extend the existing Upper Solway Flats and Marshes Special Protection Area (SPA) to create the Solway Firth SPA.
The proposed new boundary will include and protect the internationally important wintering populations of:
The site is mainly situated in Scottish inshore waters. Scottish Natural Heritage will lead the consultation. See the details on their website using the link above.
25 October 2016
Marine Special Protection Area consultations
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