BIODIVERSITY MANAGEMENT PLAN: PICKERSGILL’S REED FROG

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BIODIVERSITY MANAGEMENT PLAN: PICKERSGILL’S REED FROG

Title: Biodiversity Management Plan for Pickersgill’s Reed Frog (Hyperolius Pickergilli)
Government Notice: GN 337 in GG 40058 of 10 June 2016
Date of commencement: 10 June 2016

In terms of setion 43(3)(a) of the National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act 10 of 2004 (NEMBA) the Minister of Environmental Affairs must publish by notice in the Gazette an approved biodiversity management plan. The Minister now gave notice of her intention to publish the Biodiversity Management Plan for the Pickersgill’s Reed frog (Hyperolius pickergilli), under section 43(3)(a) read with section 100 of the National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act 10 of 2004.

Members of the public are invited to submit to the Minister, within 30 (thirty) days after the publication of the notice in a Gazette, written representations on, or objections to the draft Biodiversity Management Plan to the addresses specified in the notice.

“So what” for my operation?
A Biodiversity Management Plan can be compiled and approved for listed threatened species, or for species requiring special conservation attention. Various additional requirements pertaining to planning, environmental authorisations, monitoring and reporting can be applicable when your organisation conducts activities that may impact on these species. It is important for your organisation to take note of these implications and adhere to all requirements, should you conduct any activities that may impact on these species.

 

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