National Summary for Article 12




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National Summary 2008-2012 Czech republic

National Summary for Article 12




1. General information



1.1 Number and area of SPAs

The table below provides the total number and total area of sites designated under the Birds Directive (Special Protection Areas, SPAs), terrestrial area of sites and number and area of marine sites (i.e. any site with a marine component).

Empty cells in tables mean that the component requested was not applicable.

All

Terrestrial

Marine

No.

Area (km²)

Area (km²)

No.

Area (km²)

41

7034

7034

0

0

Date of database used: 31-10-2013

1.2 Number of SPAs with comprehensive management plans

Number of SPAs for which comprehensive management plans have been adopted: 21

Percentage of the network area covered by comprehensive management plans: 55%

Number of sites for which management plans are under preparation (optional field): 7



1.3 Research and other work on bird populations

This section provides an indication of whether any of the activities listed in the section 6 of the General report have been carried out during the reporting period (for more details and references see the General report -  the link to the report is given after the section 7 of this national summary).

National bird atlas: yes

National bird monitoring overview(s): yes

National bird red list: no

Other publication(s) of EU-wide interest: yes

2. Number of bird species/populations


This section provides a summary of the number of bird taxa (species and subspecific populations) for which a species-based report was completed, including a breakdown by season, and by subsets (e.g. Annex I, SPA trigger and non-native species).

Season

All native taxa

Annex I

SPA trigger

Non-native

Breeding

40

39

40

0

Wintering

5

3

5

0

Passage

5

2

5

0

Total

50

44

50

0


Note: These statistics are based on the revised checklists. The harmonisation of the codes used for ‘presence status’ was needed and the summary of changes in comparison to the reported information by the Member State can be consulted through this link: http://bd.eionet.europa.eu/activities/Reporting_Tool/Documents/Art_12_checklist_changes.

Occasional or vagrant species, and species that went extinct nationally prior to 1980 (i.e. around the time the Birds Directive came into force), if indicated are excluded.

Number of taxa that went extinct nationally after 1980: 6

Number of newly arriving taxa: none

Number of taxa on checklist for which no reports received: 181

3. Information on trends


This section provides information about trends of national bird populations.

Note: Article 12 reporting covers only a subset of Wintering taxa occurring in the national territory.
3.1 Population trends

The graphs show the percentages of taxa reported as having decreasing, stable, fluctuating, increasing or unknown population trends. Both short- and long-term population trends are included. The percentages are shown separately for breeding and wintering taxa.



Note: The trend category ‘unknown’ may include also taxa on the checklist for which no trend information was provided.




Short-term population trend

Long-term population trends

Breeding taxa



(n=40)

(n=40)




■ Decreasing ■ Stable ■ Fluctuating ■ Increasing ■ Unknown

Wintering taxa



(n=5)



(n=5)

The table shows the numbers of taxa reported as having decreasing, stable, fluctuating, increasing or unknown population trends.

Population trend

Breeding taxa

Wintering taxa

 

Short-term

Long-term

Short-term

Long-term

Decreasing

4

6

1

1

Stable

9

7

1

1

Fluctuating

1

 

2

2

Increasing

24

26

 

1

Unknown

2

1

1

 

3.2 Comparison of population trends for subsets of taxa

The graphs show the percentages of taxa (all, Annex I and non-Annex I) within the different trend categories (see section 3.1). Both short- and long-term population trends are included. The graphs show results separately for breeding and wintering taxa.



Breeding taxa




% of taxa

Short-term population trend






■ All taxa ■ Annex I ■ Non-Annex I

Long-term population trend



Wintering taxa

Short-term population trend







■ All taxa ■ Annex I ■ Non-Annex I

Long-term population trend




The tables show the numbers of taxa (all, Annex I and non-Annex I) within the different trend categories.

Breeding taxa

Population trend

Short-term

Long-term

 

All taxa

Annex I

Non-Annex I

All taxa

Annex I

Non-Annex I

Decreasing

4

4

 

6

6

 

Stable

9

9

 

7

7

 

Fluctuating

1

1

 

 

 

 

Increasing

24

23

1

26

25

1

Unknown

2

2

 

1

1

 

Wintering taxa

Population trend

Short-term

Long-term

 

All taxa

Annex I

Non-Annex I

All taxa

Annex I

Non-Annex I

Decreasing

1

 

1

1

 

1

Stable

1

 

1

1

 

1

Fluctuating

2

2

 

2

2

 

Increasing

 

 

 

1

1

 

Unknown

1

1

 

 

 

 

3.3 Comparison of short- and long-term population trends

This section provides a comparison of short- and long-term population trends for taxa, highlighting combinations that represent potential improvements (in green) and deteriorations (in red) in their national status. The tables in this section show the numbers of taxa for each combination of short- and long-term trends.



Breeding taxa

Long-term population trend

Short-term population trend

Decreasing

Stable

Fluctuating

Increasing

Unknown

Total

Decreasing

2

2

 

2

 

6

Stable

1

3

 

2

1

7

Fluctuating

 

 

 

 

 

 

Increasing

1

4

1

20

 

26

Unknown

 

 

 

 

1

1

Total

4

9

1

24

2

40

Wintering taxa

Long-term population trend

Short-term population trend

Decreasing

Stable

Fluctuating

Increasing

Unknown

Total

Decreasing

1

 

 

 

 

1

Stable

 

1

 

 

 

1

Fluctuating

 

 

2

 

 

2

Increasing

 

 

 

 

1

1

Unknown

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

1

1

2

 

1

5

3.4 Breeding range trends

Summary of the direction of short- and long-term range trends for breeding taxa.

The graphs show the percentages of taxa reported as having decreasing, stable, fluctuating, increasing or unknown breeding range trends. Both short- and long-term trends are included.

Note: The trend category ‘unknown’ may include also taxa on the checklist for which no trend information was provided.



Short-term range trend

Long-term range trends







■ Decreasing ■ Stable ■ Fluctuating ■ Increasing ■ Unknown

The table shows the numbers of taxa reported as having decreasing, stable, fluctuating, increasing or unknown range trends.

Breeding range trend

Breeding taxa

 

Short-term

Long-term

Decreasing

1

4

Stable

25

13

Fluctuating

 

 

Increasing

14

23

Unknown

 

 

3.5 Comparison of breeding range trends for subsets of taxa

The graphs show the percentages of bird taxa (all, Annex I and non-Annex I) within the different trend categories (see section 3.4). Both short- and long-term population trends are included.






% of taxa

Short-term
range trend






■ All taxa ■ Annex I ■ Non-Annex I

Long-term
range trend



The table shows the numbers of bird taxa (all, Annex I and non-Annex I) within the different trend categories.

Population trend

Short-term

Long-term

 

All taxa

Annex I

Non-Annex I

All taxa

Annex I

Non-Annex I

Decreasing

1

1

 

4

4

 

Stable

25

25

 

13

13

 

Fluctuating

 

 

 

 

 

 

Increasing

14

13

1

23

22

1

Unknown

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.6 Comparison of short- and long-term range trends

This section provides a comparison of short- and long-term range trends for taxa, highlighting combinations that represent potential improvements (in green) and deteriorations (in red) in national status. The table in this section shows the numbers of taxa for each combination of short- and long-term trends.



Long-term range trend

Short-term range trend

Decreasing

Stable

Fluctuating

Increasing

Unknown

Total

Decreasing

1

3

 

 

 

4

Stable

 

12

 

1

 

13

Fluctuating

 

 

 

 

 

 

Increasing

 

10

 

13

 

23

Unknown

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

1

25

 

14

 

40


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