The “best practise guideline” summarize the experience from the LIFE-Baltcoast project in managing coastal areas for habitat types and typical amphibian and bird species. It offers experts recommendations for the management of meadow birds especially Baltic dunlin and ruff, predator management in bird colonies and reintroduction of natterjack toad and green toad and much more. Download: best practise guideline (PDF)
The „Conservation guideline for Apium repens“ gives information on the practical conservation of the creeping marshwort. Based on an ecological study of the University of Hamburg recommendations for re-establishing this FFH-Annex II plant species are given.
- 31 SW afterlife Hogby hamn
- 32 SW afterlife Olands Sjomark
- 33 SW afterlife Ottenby
- 01 Hjarnoe After Life Conservation Plan
- 02 Endelave After Life Conservation Plan
- 03 Halk Nor After Life Conservation Plan
- 04 Baagoe After Life Conservation Plan
- 05 Urehoved Dejroe After Life Conservation Plan
- 06 Halmoe After Life Conservation Plan
- 07 Store Egholm After Life Conservation Plan
- 08 Monnet After Life Conservation Plan
- 09 Hjelmshoved After Life Conservation Plan
- 10 Store Vroej After Life Conservation Plan
- 11 Korevlen After Life Conservation Plan
- 12 Saltholm After Life Conservation Plan
- 13 Ulvshale After Life Conservation Plan
- 14 Saksfjed Hyllekrog After Life Conservation Plan
- BC15-After Life- Conservation plan - Reesholm_final
- BC16-After Life- Conservation plan - Oehe-Schleimünde_final
- BC17-After Life- Conservation plan - Schwansener See_final
- BC18-After Life- Conservation plan - Kleiner Binnense_final
- BC19-After Life- Conservation plan - Sehlendorfer Binnensee_final
- BC20-After Life- Conservation plan - Weißenhäuser Brök_final
- BC21-After Life- Conservation plan - Eichholzniederung_final
- BC22-After Life- Conservation plan - Suedwestfehmarn-final
- BC23-After Life- Conservation plan - Grüner Brink-final
- BC25-After Life- Conservation plan - Neustädter Binnenwasser_final
-26 Nemunas Delta After Life Conservation Plan
This layman report about the LIFE-Baltcoast project delivers an introduction to the main topics of this conservation project at the Baltic Sea. It further decribes the main targets, actions and the results for N2000 habitat types and species through photo spreads of project activities. Target species are baltic dunlin (Calidris alpina), ruff (Philomachus pugnax), natterjack toad (Bufo calamita), green toad (Bufo viridis) and creeping marshworth (Apium repens). Concrete recommendations for best practice management based on the experience of the international LIFE-Baltcoast are available. Read more.
The monitoring methods of vegetation differ due to national frameworks of the project partners.
To steer up discussion and exchange we have translated the approach used in the German sites as introduced during workshop 2007 in Weissenhäuser Strand. This method is not the national approach for the regular habitat monitoring of Natura 2000 sites but a concept to verify changes of structure and general vegetation features due to management changes.
Please have a look on the description of the method, divided in describing text, additional tables and maps and an annex of photo documentation of the 11 sites in Germany.
We are looking forward to any feedback and comment.
The meadow bird database is an open database, and a zipped copy of the access database can be achieved by contacting the database administrator Ole Thorup: ot(at)amphi.dk
However, as several of the data are unpublished and are the right of the observer, it is expected that data will not be used without a proper reference to the observer. For details of 'code of conduct' in this matter, please contact the database administrator.
German data are available in a database at NABU Bergenhusen. Please contact Dr. Hötker at www.bergenhusen.nabu.de