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A Years 2–5 $10,000 20.6. For both subspecies, conduct trial captive breeding programs for the respective Tasmanian mainland subspecies in preparation for potential implementation of removal of King Island subspecies for captive breeding. A Years 2-5 $10,000 20.7. Assess the potential for disease epidemics and other potential threats to both subspecies, and instigate required actions to mitigate. A Years 2-5 $10,000 20.8. The actions 20.1 to 20.7 must be undertaken in consultation with the King Island Community and stakeholders, consistent with Actions 28 and 29. A Year 1, then ongoing Incorporated into Action 1 21.Promote successful breeding on King Island of the Fairy Tern, Little Tern and Hooded Plover King Island Biodiversity Management Plan 51
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Actions Priori ty Timeframe Estimated Cost (10 years) 21.1. Utilising existing knowledge, determine priority shorebird habitat/breeding sites for management. Install temporary/seasonal structures (e.g. fences, markers, signage) to prevent damage to priority shorebird habitat/breeding sites from recreational activities. A Annually $100,000 21.2. Notify the King Island community of the installation of structures and the reasons why they have been erected. A Annually Incorporated into Action 28 21.3. Ensure that facilities for access and recreation near threatened species sites do not impact on threatened shorebird habitat (natural values). Where feasible make access trails multi-purpose in nature (e.g. fire management and recreation) to reduce disturbance to native vegetation and habitat. B Years 2–10 $7,500 21.4. Develop a King Island Code of Ethics for the recreational use of King Island beaches, addressing threats (off road vehicles / recreation along coastlines and domestic dogs) to priority shorebird habitat/breeding sites. A Year 1 $20,000 21.5. Develop and implement a community education program that includes, but is not restricted to the King Island District High School, for the management of threatened shorebirds species on King Island. A Ongoing Incorporated into Action 28 21.6. Monitor populations annually to determine trends and inform conservation actions. A Ongoing Incorporated into Action 29.3 22.Protect and enhance Orange-bellied Parrot habitat 22.1. Revegetate adjacent roosting habitat where required. A Years 1-5 $50,000 22.2. Erect stock exclusion fences, where appropriate. A Years 1-5 $15,000 22.3. Promote and establish covenants or other management agreements with stakeholders to ensure the long-term protection of key sites on private land. A Years 1–2, then monitor 5-years $25,000 22.4. Continue to monitor annually to determine population trends and further inform conservation actions. A Annually Incorporated into Action 29.3 23.Protect and enhance King Island Green Rosella habitat 23.1. Encourage the retention of trees with hollows for nesting. B Ongoing Incorporated into Action 28 King Island Biodiversity Management Plan 52
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Actions Priori ty Timeframe Estimated Cost (10 years) 23.2. Monitor annually to determine population trends and further inform conservation actions.
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