Adresses CITES dans les régions françaises. RÉSUMÉ des statuts de protection du Lynx boréal. Plan d'action pour la conservation du Lynx eurasien en Europe (Lynx lynx) Groupe d’experts des grands carnivores. Nature Convention de Berne Groupe d’experts sur la conservation des grands carnivores Large Carnivores are a source of emotions around Europe.
While three species (wolf, bear and Eurasian lynx) are recovering part of the space they lost and may create conflict with livestock raising, the Iberian lynx is critically endangered and the wolverine is under some threat. Activities on Large Carnivores have been going on for over 25 years on the Convention. A milestone was the adoption of five European Action Plans produced in collaboration with the Large Carnivore Initiative for Europe (LCIE) in 1999, for wolf, Eurasian lynx, bear, Iberian lynx and wolverine.
The Expert Group on large carnivores works in tight collaboration with LCIE and promotes implementation of the Action Plans at the national and European level, insisting on a new population based approach adopted in 2008.
- CITES. Union européenne. Eu - ELOIS (European Lynx Online Information System) SCALP. France. Fr - ONCFS (gestionnaire officiel du Lynx en France) Fr - Bulletins du Réseau Lynx. SCALP News. Environment - European Red List. The European Red List is a review of the conservation status of c. 6,000 European species (mammals, reptiles, amphibians, freshwater fishes, butterflies, dragonflies, and selected groups of beetles, molluscs, and vascular plants) according to IUCN regional Red Listing guidelines.
It identifies those species that are threatened with extinction at the European level – so that appropriate conservation action can be taken to improve their status. The European Red List is compiled by IUCN's Species Programme, Species Survival Commission and Regional Office for Pan-Europe. Common Fire Salamander Salamandra salamandra Photo © Roberto Sindaco Status assessments have already been completed for mammals, reptiles, amphibians, butterflies, dragonflies, freshwater fishes and selected saproxylic beetles, molluscs and vascular plants. Assessments of pollinators, medicinal plants, birds and marine fishes are currently being carried out.
Commision européenne - Etat des populations de grands carnivores en Europe. Additional tools In 2012 the conservation status of European large carnivores was assessed by a group of experts from each country where large carnivores are present.
Although the available data and the methodology used varied greatly from country to country, the information presented below represents the best available independent assessment of large carnivore status for the period 2010-2012. Brown bear – Ursus arctos Wolf – Canis lupus Eurasian lynx – Lynx lynx Wolverine – Gulo gulo. Listes rouges des espèces menacées en France, INPN/UICN. Liste_rouge_France_Mammiferes_de_metropole.pdf. Euro_mammals_status_prelims2 - European_mammals.
LISTE ROUGE des espèces menacées (IUCN) The European lynx population (excluding Russia) has been estimated at 8,000.
Populations in central and southern Europe are small and fragmented, although there are larger populations in Fennoscandia and the Baltic states (Breitenmoser et al. 2000). Lynx in Europe occur in ten distinct subpopulations (IUCN 2007). Detailed status and trend information can be found on www.kora.unibe.ch/en/proj/elois/online/index.html (ELOIS, the European Lynx Online Information System). The lynx's stronghold is a broad strip of southern Siberian woodland stretching through eastern Russia from the Ural mountains to the Pacific, and the Russian lynx population has been estimated at 30,000-35,000 (Matyushkin and Vaisfeld 2003). Although large portions of its range lie in China, status there is poorly known, and the government considers the population to be decreasing in a recent global survey of lynx status (Govt of US 2007).
Lynx lynx (Eurasian Lynx) Union internationale pour la conservation de la nature. IUCN / SSC Cat Specialist Group. LCIE : Large Carnivore Initiative for Europe.