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B Annually Incorporated into Action 29.3 24.Protect and enhance White-bellied Sea Eagle habitat 24.1. Provide information to the King Island community and properties with known nesting sites about the need to minimise disturbance during breeding season. B Ongoing Incorporated into Action 28 24.2. Survey for additional nest sites. B Years 1–5 $10,000 24.3. Monitor every year to determine productivity of nests and further inform conservation actions. B Annually Incorporated into Action 29.3 25.Protect and enhance habitat for the Southern Hairy Red Snail 25.1. Survey potential habitat for unknown populations. B Year 2 $20,000 25.2. Monitor existing and any new populations discovered during the life of the Plan every five years. B Years 3 ,5, 7 & 9 Incorporated into Action 29.3 26.Address knowledge gaps for priority fauna species that do not have specific actions identified. 26.1. Survey potential habitat for priority fauna species that do not have specific actions identified, including surveys to determine the status of the Australian Grayling along the Ettrick River. A Year 2 $80,000 26.2. Monitor any populations found every two years. A Years 3 ,5, 7 & 9 Incorporated into Action 29.3 26.3. Identify conservation management priorities for each species. B Year 2-10 $100,000 27.Address knowledge gaps 27.1. Improve mapping of vegetation communities (TASVEG mapping) on King Island, through ground-truthing and other appropriate means. A Years 1–3 $20,000 27.2. Map the conservation values of King Island for use in environmental impact assessment and land use planning. Make this mapping available to relevant bodies such as KIC, KINRMG, FPA, DPIPWE and DSEWPAC to assist in decision making, such as development applications and forest practices plans. A Year 3, then updates as required $15,000 King Island Biodiversity Management Plan 53
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Actions Priori ty Timeframe Estimated Cost (10 years) 27.3. Collect, store, distribute and communicate information in a way that all relevant organisations and people can gain access to and understand. A Establish year 1, then ongoing $15,000 27.4. Identify additional research priorities for threatened species on King Island and conduct research. A Ongoing $50,000 27.5. Accept local knowledge as part of the valid knowledge systems and incorporate into research. A Ongoing Incorporated into Actions 27.2& 27.3 27.6. Conduct community and technical workshops on the protection and conservation of threatened species and the relevant provisions of the EPBC Act and TSP Act . C As required Incorporated into Action 28 28.Develop an overarching program at all organisational levels to ensure the Plan informs, encourages and supports community participation at all stages of Plan implementation. A Establish year 1, then ongoing $150,000 29.Co-ordinate implementation of the Plan 29.1. Employ a Biodiversity Conservation Officer on King Island to: – coordinate implementation of the Plan; – review management plans, including statutory reserve plans, natural resource management plans and local government development plans to ensure threatened species requirements are included appropriately;
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