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V.N.2 INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF BIRDS
(1,448 words)

Concluded at Paris, 18 October 1950

Entered into force, 17 January 1963

Status information appears at end of document

 

The Governments signatory to this Convention,

Realizing the danger of extermination which threatens certain species of birds and concerned about the numerical decrease in other species, particularly migratory species; and

Considering that, in the interests of science, the protection of nature and the economy of each nation, all birds should as a matter of principle be protected;

Have recognized the need to amend…

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“V.N.2 INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF BIRDS”, in: International Law & World Order: Weston's & Carlson's Basic Documents, Weston & Carlson. Consulted online on 18 November 2019 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2211-4394_rwilwo_SIM_033020>
First published online: 2015
First print edition: 20150929



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