The England Biodiversity Group nationally, and SEEBF regionally, are in the process of identifying how this landscape-scale approach, which integrates the needs of habitats and species, will contribute to the conservation of UK BAP species. There may be some species that are not well served by this process, but it is considered likely that they will tend to be localised rarities. Once identified, targets will be set following national Species Action Plan objectives, and accountability assigned to relevant bodies.
The species targets will be one and the same as the actions identified on the species pages for each species.
SEEBF will report on delivery of the key species identified in this strategy. These reports will focus on providing information against the actions identified for each species.
The first report against the actions will be produced by the end 2009 and held on the SEEBF website.