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HAMPSHIRE BAP

The Biodiversity Action Plan for Hampshire reviews the status of wildlife in Hampshire and sets out a framework for action in two parts:

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Volume one (strategic plan), sets out the objectives of the Partnership, describes Hampshire's biodiversity, and identifies habitats and species of priority concern. It also presents a strategy for information, data and raising awareness of biodiversity.

Volume two contains individual action plans for priority habitats and species and topics that have a considerable influence on the conservation of biodiversity.

   
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In 2006 the partnership published 'The State of Hampshire's Biodiversity'. This report addresses the changes. losses and gains for wildlife over 10 years and the current major influences on Hampshire's biodiversity.

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

Introduction to Volume Two: The selection and format of individual habitat and species action plans