Turdus philomelos Brehm, 1831 - Song Thrush

Conservation status

Designations
  • Biodiversity Lists - Short List: Elapsed

    Short list of globally threatened/declining species from the 1995 Steering Group Report, for which action plans were prepared in 1995. A subset of the Middle list. No longer in use.

  • Bird Population Status - red: Elapsed

    Red list species are those that are Globally Threatened according to IUCN criteria; those whose population or range has declined rapidly in recent years; and those that have declined historically and not shown a substantial recent recovery.

  • Birds of Conservation Concern- Red - species of high conservation concern: Elapsed

    Red list species are classified as ‘high conservation concern’ and include those species that are globally threatened according to IUCN criteria; those whose population or range has declined rapidly in recent years; and those that have declined historically and not shown a substantial recovery in recent years.

  • Birds of Conservation Importance (BOCI) - Rapidly declining but common British breeding birds: Elapsed

    Species for which the JNCC and country agencies will, in collaboration with NGOs, investigate causes of decline and consider their conservation requirements and, where appropriate, prepare Species Action Plans to ensure effective conservation.Qualifying criterion- Decline- extensive (>50%) decline in GB breeding population or range over previous 25 years, but with a population still greater than 100,000 breeding adults.

  • Priority Species: Elapsed

    Species for which Action Plans have been/are being written.

  • Biodiversity Lists - Short List: Current

    Short list of globally threatened/declining species from the 1995 Steering Group Report, for which action plans were prepared in 1995. A subset of the Middle list. No longer in use.

  • Bird Population Status - red: Current

    Red list species are those that are Globally Threatened according to IUCN criteria; those whose population or range has declined rapidly in recent years; and those that have declined historically and not shown a substantial recent recovery.

  • Birds Directive Annex 2.2: Current

    Birds which may potentially be hunted under national legislation only within certain specified Member States. (Note that some species are protected by the national legislation of some Member States although hunting would potentially be legal under the Directive).

  • Birds of Conservation Concern- Red, species of high conservation concern: Current

    Red list species are those whose population or range is rapidly declining, recently or historically, and those of global conservation concern

  • Farm Environment Plan Guidance 007- Table 2: Current

    Species is listed in 'Table 2: Farm Environment Plan Species to be recorded in Part 2 of the FEP' of the DEFRA document 'Environmental Stewardship Farm Environment Plan Guidance 007: Plant & animal species in the Farm Environment Plan (FEP)'.

  • Priority Species (Northern Ireland): Current

    The Northern Ireland Priority List of threatened species requiring conservation action in Northern Ireland. Criteria have been developed to ensure that Priority Species have been chosen using a scientific basis (See http-//www.habitas.org.uk/priority/criteria.html). The list is designed to assist those involved in the conservation of biodiversity by guiding decisions on where to target action and invest resources.

  • Scottish Biodiversity List of species of principal importance for biodiversity conservation: Current

    The Scottish Biodiversity List is a list of flora, fauna and habitats considered by the Scottish Ministers to be of principal importance for biodiversity conservation. The development of the list has been a collaborative effort involving a great many stakeholders overseen by scientists from the Scottish Biodiversity Forum. Completion of the list is the first time such a stocktake has been done in Scotland. The Scottish Biodiversity List is a tool for public bodies and others doing their Biodiversity Duty. The publication of the Scottish Biodiversity List satisfies the requirements of Section 2(4) of The Nature Conservation (Scotland) Act 2004.

  • Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (Schedule 3 Part 1): Current

    Birds which may be sold alive at all times if ringed and bred in captivity.

Preferred name

  • Well-formed:
    Y
    Recommended:
    Y
    NBN ID code:
    NHMSYS0000530678

    Turdus philomelos Brehm, 1831

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