Priority actions by type of threatened species

The Department of Environment and Conservation has prepared a Priorities Action Statement (PAS) to promote the recovery of threatened species and the abatement of key threatening processes in New South Wales.

The Priorities Action Statement identifies a number of broad strategies to help threatened plants and animals recover in New South Wales. Each of these strategies have more specific priority actions within them.

Select an item from the list below to see priority actions for all species of that type.

Type of species

What type of species or threatening process do the priority actions apply to?

Name of species

Name of species or threatening process that the priority actions apply to.

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There are 1 threatened species in New South Wales matching the above criteria which have current Priority action plans. A total of 8 current Priority actions have been identified to help recover these species.
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Action title Scientific
name
 
Common
name
Type of
species
Priority
Protect and monitor known nest sites. Falco subniger Black Falcon Animal > Birds High
Protect old stick nests (e.g., those of corvids and raptors) that have the potential to be used as nest sites. Falco subniger Black Falcon Animal > Birds High
Protect and facilitate the recruitment of large old trees, a resource that is critical for nesting and hunting. Falco subniger Black Falcon Animal > Birds High
Protect and expand potential nesting habitat, especially riparian and floodplain woodlands. Falco subniger Black Falcon Animal > Birds High
Identify Black Falcon nesting territories and engage landholders in the management of habitat in these areas. Falco subniger Black Falcon Animal > Birds High
Promote the reporting of any signs of disease that are unusual or clusters of deaths in raptors or their prey to the NSW Environment Line on 131 555. Falco subniger Black Falcon Animal > Birds High
Investigate the dietary importance of terrestrial ground birds and rabbits, and the potential for agricultural activities to benefit or negatively impact on falcon populations. Falco subniger Black Falcon Animal > Birds High
Increase community awareness of the Black Falcon through the preparation and distribution of educational material, including an identification guide. Falco subniger Black Falcon Animal > Birds High