west sussex local biodiversity action plan

Coastal and Floodplain Grazing Marsh, eutrophic Standing Waters.
Intertidal Underboulder Communities, mud Habitats in Deep Water, peat and Clay Exposures.
West Sussex County Council.
Archived Action maturity date pension Plans Habitats with Action Plans and targets can be viewed through the maturity date stock habitat pages or by searching the Biodiversity Action Reporting System Archived Habitat Action Plans can be downloaded below: Arable Land including Field Margins Coastal and Floodplain Grazing Marsh Coastal Vegetated Shingle.The plan has a number of key areas including creating an accurate picture of the wildlife in the district, developing local partnerships, raising public awareness of the need for action and maintaining, restoring and creating habitats for the benefit of biodiversity on both a regional.Coastal Vegetated Shingle, intertidal Mudflats, maritime Cliff and Slope, saline Lagoons.Archived Action Plans, archived Species Action Plans and Species Statements can be downloaded below: Barn Owl, black Poplar, brown Hare (Species Statement).Species, species Overview, our habitats and species are an integral part of Sussex, and the Biodiversity Action Plan aims to ensure people can work together to protect them.Steering Group, sussex Biodiversity Partnership Steering Group includes representatives from key organisations in Sussex.Habitats, habitats Overview, sussex has a wide range of habitats including flower-rich meadows, ancient wooded valleys, coastal sand dunes and shingle.Great Crested Newt, marsh Mallow Moth, pipistrelle.Plans can be created on a number of scales from a single species in a small wildlife area, to a national overview of an important type of habitat.Wetlands, sussexs five rivers; the Cuckmere, Arun, Ouse, Adur and Rother support a range of habitats and species.Sussex Biodiversity Partnership, 2001 - ( all pictures courtesy of English Nature east Sussex County Council, West Sussex County Council, Sussex Wildlife Trust, English Nature, Environment Agency, Sussex Farming Wildlife Advisory Group, rspb, Sussex Downs Conservation Board, Defra, National Farmers' Union, Country Land and Business.Swollen Spire Snail, water Vole).Fen Raft Spider (Species Statement field Cricket (Species Statement glow-worm.
Urban Most of Sussexs residents live or work in an urban area.