Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species



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Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species


of Wild Animals

Format for National Report of Parties on the implementation

of the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory

Species of Wild Animals


Reporting format agreed by the Standing Committee at its 32nd Meeting (Bonn, November 2007) for mandatory use by Parties, for reports submitted to the Tenth Meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP10) (Norway, 2011).


The questions below combine elements of Resolution 4.1 (Party Reports) adopted by the Fourth Meeting of the Conference of the Parties (Nairobi, June 1994) and Resolution 6.4 (Strategic Plan for the Convention on Migratory Species 2000-2005), adopted by the Sixth Meeting of the Conference of the Parties (Cape Town, November 1999), the COP8 Strategic Plan 2006-2011 and Resolution 8.24 adopted by the Conference of the Parties (Nairobi 2005), as well as commitments arising from other operational Resolutions and Recommendations of the Conference of the Parties.
COP Resolution 9.4 adopted at Rome called upon the Secretariats and Parties of CMS Agreements to collaborate in the implementation and harmonization of online reporting implementation. If the development of an online reporting system advances sufficiently, Parties may have the option of reporting in this manner. There are however no guarantees at this stage that this will be the case.
Parties are encouraged to respond to all questions. Parties are also requested to provide comprehensive answers, including, where appropriate, a summary of activities, information on factors limiting action and details of any assistance required.
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Please enter here the name of your country: Poland



Which agency has been primarily responsible for the preparation of this report?

Ministry of the Environment

Please list any other agencies that have provided input:

          





I(a). General Information

Please enter the required information in the table below:



Party

Republic of Poland

Date of entry into force of the Convention in [country name]

01.05.1996. Poland

Period covered

2008-2010

Territories to which the Convention applies

Poland
DEsigNATED National focal point

Full name of the institution

Ministry of the Environment

Department of Nature Conservation



Name and title of designated Focal Point

Monika Lesz

Counsellor to the Minister

Department of Nature Conservation


Mailing address

Ministry of the Environment

52/54 Wawelska St.

00-922 Warsaw

Poland


Telephone

phone: (+48 22) 57 92 667

Fax

fax: (+48 22) 57 92 730

E-mail

monika.lesz@mos.gov.pl
APPOINTMENT TO THE SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL

Full name of the institution

Institute of Environmental Protection – State Research Institute

Name and title of contact officer

Dr. Grzegorz Rąkowski

Mailing address

5/11 Krucza Str., 00-548 Warsaw, Poland

Telephone

+48 22 6224247

Fax

+48 22 629 52 63

E-mail

groza1@ios.edu.pl
Submission

Name and Signature of officer responsible for submitting national report

Name: Monika Lesz

Address:

Department of Nature Conservation

Ministry of the Environment

52/54 Wawelska St.

00-922 Warsaw



Poland

Tel.: (+48 22) 57 92 667

Fax: (+48 22) 57 92 730

E-mail: monika.lesz@mos.gov.pl



Date of submission

May 2011

Membership of the Standing Committee (if applicable):

Name: Monika Lesz

Address:

Department of Nature Conservation

Ministry of the Environment

52/54 Wawelska St.

00-922 Warsaw



Poland

Tel.: (+48 22) 57 92 667

Fax: (+48 22) 57 92 730

E-mail: monika.lesz@mos.gov.pl



Competent Authority:

Ministry of the Environment

Department of Nature Conservation



Relevant implemented legislation:

Inland Fishery Law of 18th April 1985 (O.J. from 1999, No. 66 item 750). The relevant authority is the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development. This Law regulates the rules and conditions concerning conservation, breeding and fish catching in surface inland waters.)

Forest Law of 28th September 1991 (O.J. from 2005, No. 45, item 435). (The relevant authority is the Minister of the Environment. This Law determines rules for the preservation, conservation and enlargement of forest resources, as well as rules of forest management in connection with other environmental components.)

Nature Conservation Law of 16th April 2004 (O.J. from 2004, No. 92, item 880) . (The relevant authority is the Minister of the Environment. This Law establishes goals and rules for nature conservation and the landscape.)

Hunting Law of 13th October 1995 (O.J. from 2005, No. 127, item 1066) (The relevant authority is the Minister of the Environment. This Law establishes rules of hunting)

Regulation of the Minister of the Environment from 28th September 2004 on wild animal species protection (O.J. from 2004, No. 220, item. 2237) (animal species protection)

Regulation of the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development from 12th November 2001 (O.J. from 2001, No. 138, item 1559) amended by Regulation of the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development from 17th January 2003 (O.J. from 2003, No. 17, item 160) (determines detailed conditions for conservation and fish catching, as well as for fish tools and fishery facilities)

Regulation of the Minister of the Environment dated 11th March 2005 (O.J. from 2005, No. 45, item 433) on establishing a list of game species

Regulation of the Minister of the Environment dated 16th March 2005 (O.J. from 2005, No. 48, item 459) on designation of game shooting seasons.

Marine Fishery Law of 19th February 2004 (O.J. from 2004 No. 129, item 1441) amended at 6th May 2005 (O.J. from 2005 No. 96, item 807). The relevant authority is the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development. This law deals with the management of live marine resources and activity concerning marine fisheries as well as determining the administrative councils responsible for marine fishing.

Minister of the Environment Regulations on the constitution of national parks.

Minister of the Environment Regulations on the consitution of nature reserves (fauna reserves are created in order to conserve fauna species, particularly those which are rare of endangered).

Minister of the Environment Regulations on the consitution of Natura 2000 areas.

Regulations of the Voivode of a province for the creation of landscape parks, areas of protected landscape and natural monuments.

Regulations of the local selfgovernments for the creation of nature monuments, ecologically important areas, documentation stands and nature-landscape complexes



Other relevant Conventions/ Agreements (apart from CMS) to which country name is a Party:

International Convention on the Regulation of Whaling and its Schedule (1946)

Convention on Wetlands of International Importance Especially as Waterfowl Habitat 1971 (“Ramsar Convention”)

Convention on Fishing and Conservation of the Living Resources in the Baltic Sea and the Belts 1973 (Gdańsk Convention)

Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora 1973 (CITES)

Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats 1979 (“Berne Convention”)

Convention on Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context 1991 (“Espoo Convention”)

Convention on Biological Diversity 1992 (CBD)

Convention on the Protection of the Marine Environment of the Baltic Sea Area 1992 (“Helsinki Convention”)



National policy instruments (e.g. national biodiversity conservation strategy, etc.):

National Strategy for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biological Diversity together with an Action Programme for period 2007 – 2013, adopted by Council of Ministers on 26. 10. 2007 r.




Please indicate whether your country is part of the following Agreements/MoU. If so, please indicate the competent national institution



Wadden Sea Seals:

 Party

 Signed but not yet entered force



 Non-party Range State

X Non Range State






National Focal Point/Competent authority

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Eurobats


X  Party

 Signed but not yet entered force



  Non-party Range State

  Non Range State






Competent authority

Name: Department of Nature Conservation

Address:

Ministry of the Environment

52/54 Wawelska St.

00-922 Warsaw

Tel.: (+48 22) 5792366

Fax: (+48 22) 5792730

E-mail: Department.Ochrony.Przyrody@mos.gov.pl


Appointed members of the Advisory Committee:

Name: Monika Lesz

Address:

Department of Nature Conservation

Ministry of the Environment

52/54 Wawelska St.

00-922 Warsaw, Poland

Tel.: (+48 Tel: (+48 22) 57 92 667

Fax: (+4 Fax: (+48 22) 57 92 730

E-mail: E-mail: monika.lesz@mos.gov.pl


Name: Aleksander Rachwald

Forest Research Institute



Sękocin Stary,

3 Braci Leśnej Str,

05-090 Raszyn, Poland

Tel: (+48 22) 71 50 416

E-mail: A.Rachwald@ibles.waw.pl




ASCOBANS


X  Party

 Signed but not yet entered force



  Non-party Range State

  Non Range State






Co-ordinating authority

Co-ordinating authority

Name: Department of National Forms of the Nature Protection

Address: Ministry of the Environment

52/54 Wawelska St.

00-922 Warsaw

Tel.: (+48 22) 5792366

Fax: (+48 22) 5792730

E-mail: Department.Ochrony.Przyrody@mos.gov.pl



Appointed member of the Advisory Committee

Name: Monika Lesz

Address:

Department of Nature Conservation

Ministry of the Environment

52/54 Wawelska St.

00-922 Warsaw, Poland

Tel.: (+48 Tel: (+48 22) 57 92 667

Fax: (+4 Fax: (+48 22) 57 92 730

E-mail: E-mail: monika.lesz@mos.gov.pl


Name: Krzysztof Skóra,

Address: The Hel Marine Station of the University of Gdańsk

2 Morska Str.,

84-150 Hel, Poland

Tel.: +48 58/ 675 08 36

Fax: +48 58/ 675 04 20

E-mail: hel@ug.edu.pl





Membership of other committees or working groups:

     




AEWA:

  Party

 Signed but not yet entered force



X  Non-party Range State

  Non Range State






Administrative Authority

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ACCOBAMS


  Party

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  Non-party Range State

X  Non Range State






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Appointed member of the Scientific Committee

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ACAP

  Party

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  Non-party Range State

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National Contact Point

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Membership of Advisory Committee

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Gorillas

  Party

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  Non-party Range State

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National Contact Point

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Siberian Crane MoU:  Signatory  Non-signatory Range State X Non Range State




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Slender-billed Curlew MoU:  Signatory  Non-signatory Range State X Non Range State




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Marine Turtle – Africa MoU:  Signatory  Non-signatory Range State X  Non Range State




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Great Bustard MoU:  Signatory X Non-signatory Range State   Non Range State




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Marine Turtle MoU - IOSEA:  Signatory  Non-signatory Range State X  Non Range State




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Bukhara Deer MoU:  Signatory  Non-signatory Range State X  Non Range State




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Aquatic Warbler MoU: X Signatory  Non-signatory Range State   Non Range State




Competent national authority

General Directorate for Environmental Protection

Department of Nature Conservation

National Secretariat of the Aquatic warbler MoU

52/54 Wawelska St.

00-922 Warsaw, Poland

Tel.: (+48 22) 5792186

Fax: (+48 22) 5792128

E-mail: sekretariat.wodniczka@gdos.gov.pl


National Contact Point

Name: Patrycja Stawiarz

Address: General Directorate for Environmental Protection

52/54 Wawelska St.

00-922 Warsaw, Poland

Tel.: (+48 22) 5792186

Fax: (+48 22) 5792128

E-mail: Patrycja.Stawiarz@gdos.gov.pl






African Elephant MoU:  Signatory  Non-signatory Range State X  Non Range State

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National Contact Point

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Pacific Islands Cetaceans MoU:  Signatory  Non-signatory Range State X Non Range State

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Mediterranean Monk Seal MoU:  Signatory  Non-signatory Range State X  Non Range State

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Dugong MoU:  Signatory  Non-signatory Range State X  Non Range State




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West African Aquatic Mammals MoU:  Signatory  Non-signatory Range State X Non Range State

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Birds of Prey MoU :  Signatory X Non-signatory Range State   Non Range State







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High Andean Flamingos MoU:  Signatory  Non-signatory Range State X  Non Range State







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1

Which other government departments are involved in activities/initiatives for the conservation of migratory species in your country? (Please list.)

Ministry of Environment

General Directorate for Environmental Protection

Chef Inspectorate of Environmental Protection

State Forests

Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (concerned with fisheries)

Ministry of Infrastructure (concerned with transport)

Ministry of National Defense (concerned with sea training areas)



2

If more than one government department is involved, describe the interaction/relationship between these government departments:

Ministry of Environment is responsible for implementing of Convention with cooperation of other ministries as well as General Directorate for Environmental Protection and Regional Directorates for Environmental Protection



3

Has a national liaison system or committee been established in your country? Please provide contact information

 Yes X No

     


4

List the main non-governmental organizations actively involved in activities/initiatives for the conservation of migratory species in your country, and describe their involvement:

List the main non-governmental organizations actively involved in activities/initiatives for the conservation of migratory species in your country, and describe their involvement:

Ogólnopolskie Towarzystwo Ochrony Ptaków (OTOP, Polish National Society for the Protection of Birds), stowarzyszenie Ptaki Polskie (Polish Birds assocciation), Komitet Ochrony Orłów (KOO, Eagles Protection Committee), Polskie Towarzystwo Ochrony Ptaków (PTOP, Polish Society for the Protection of Birds) and Towarzystwo Przyrodnicze “Bocian” (Assocciation for the Nature Protection “The Stork”) have conducted projects for the conservation of birds.

Klub Przyrodników (Club of the Naturalists), Ogólnopolskie Towarzystwo Ochrony Nietoperzy (Polish Society for the Conservation of Bats), Polskie Towarzystwo Ochrony Przyrody “Salamandra” (Polish Society for the Nature Conservation “The Salamaner”), Polskie Towarzystwo Przyjaciół Przyrody “pro Natura” (Polish Society of the Nature Friends “pro Natura”), Fundacja Ekologiczna Ziemi Legnickiej “Zielona Akcja” (Ecologicaf Fundation of the Legnica Land “Green Action”), Towarzystwo Przyrodnicze “Bocian” (Assocciation for the Nature Protection “The Stork”, Stowarzyszenie Speleoklub Beskidzki (The Beskidy Club of Speleology) have conducted projects for the conservation of bats.

Friends of Hel Association and the Foundation for Development of the University of Gdańsk have conducted projects for the conservation of cetaceans and seals.


4a

Please provide detail on any devolved government/overseas territory authorities involved.

Chef Inspectorate of Environmental Protection

General Directorate for Environmental Protection

Regional Directorates for Environmental Protection

State Forests


5

Describe any involvement of the private sector in the conservation of migratory species in your country:

Describe any involvement of the private sector in the conservation of migratory species in your country:

Tikkurila Polska SA., Nordea Bank Polska SA., mBank, POLKOMTEL SA., Kredyt Bank, PKN Orlen SA., Polsko-Szwedzka Izba Gospodarcza z Gdańska, PETROBALTIC, SANITEC KOŁO, AUTOMOBIL,”Grundfos” Pompy SA., Bank Ochrony Środowiska SA. have given a financial and logistic support for projects on conservation of marine mammals in the Polish Baltic waters. CEMEX Polska Sp. z o.o. have given a financial support for project on the conservation of the Aquatic warbler in Poland and Germany


6

Note any interactions between these sectors in the conservation of migratory species in your country:

Permanent cooperation Ministry of Environment with the General Directorate for Environmental Protection and Regional Directorates for Environmental Protection, National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management, Voivode Funds for Environmental Protection and Water Management , NGOs – what’s results with amendments of current legislation and concrete initiatives as below ;

In 2007 the programme of bird monitoring in Poland co-ordinated by the Chef Inspectorate for Environmental Protection was launched. In 2010, within the programme 16 subprogrammes were implemented. These included:


  • Monitoring of Flagship Species of Birds

  • Monitoring of Wetlands Birds

  • Monitoring of Birds of Prey

  • Monitoring of Forest Owls

  • Monitoring of Golden Eagle Aquila chrysaetos

  • Monitoring of Greater Spotted Eagle Aquila clanga

  • Monitoring of Osprey Pandion haliaetus

  • Monitoring of Whooper Swan Cygnus cygnus

  • Monitoring of Ferruginous Duck Aythya nyroca

  • Monitoring of Dundlin Calidris alpina schinzii

  • Monitoring of Mediterranean gull Larus melanocephalus

  • Monitoring of Roller Coracias garrulus

  • Monitoring of Great Snipe Gallinago media

  • Monitoring of Night Heron Nycticorax nycticorax

  • Monitoring of Three-toed Woodpecker Picoides tridactylus

Under the Programme of State Monitoring of Environment co-ordinated by the Chef Inspectorate for Environmental Protection there also were monitored fresh-water fishes and summer shelters of three species of bats : Lesser horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus hipposideros), Greater mouse-eared bat (Myotis myotis) and Geoffroy’s bat (Myotis emarginatus).

In the years 2009-2010, the manual guide books on monitoring of nesting birds, animal species and natural habitats were published by the Chef Inspectorate for Environmental Protection were published

The Sea Fisheries Institute (MIR) in Gdynia, at the commission of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, has been conducting the “Monitoring Incidental Catch of Cetaceans” Scheme and the Long-term Programme for Collecting Fisheries Data

The 3-years project Active protection of Harbour Porpoises against by-catch was by carried out in the years 2008-2010 by he Hel Marine Station of the University of Gdańsk, supported by the Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

There is also regular monitoring of avifauna carried out on Important Bird Areas of European Union Importance, co-ordinated by the Polish National Society for the Protection of Birds (OTOP).

Since 2005 a LIFE project co-ordinated by OTOP “Conserving Aquatic Warbler in Poland and Germany” (LIFE 05NAT/PL/000101) is conducted. The end of the project is foreseen in 2011. In Spetember 2010 a new LIFE+ project started “Facilitating Aquatic Warbler (Acrocephalus paludicola) habitat management through sustainable systems of biomass use” (LIFE09 NAT/PL/000260). The project is coordinated by OTOP.

The program of reintroduction of the Atlantic sturgeon Acipenser oxyrhinchus is conducted in Poland since 2007 under the supervision of Mininstry of Agriculture and Rural Development Monitoring of Birds Programme

Permanent cooperation Ministry of Environment and Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in fulfilling ASCOBANS and HELCOM commitments.





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