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  • General issues 2
    • 1.

      How and where can data on protected plant, animal and fungal species, their habitats and sites be obtained?

      Information on protected plant, animal and fungal species, their habitats and sites is provided in the Protected Species Information System, the access address of which is https://sris.am.lt/portal/.

      The user can request access, then the right to see the exact coordinates of sites and sites, provide data on new sites or sites of protected plant, animal and fungal species, and in individual cases the user can check the accuracy of information provided by other users. The data can be presented on an interactive map or an extract of a specific protected species can be downloaded.

      Updated: 2020 04 11

    • 2.

      Does my plot fall into protected areas?

      Information on protected areas is provided in the Register of Protected Areas of the Republic of Lithuania, the access address of which is https://stk.am.lt/portal/.

      Any owner of the plot can get information from the state cadastre of protected areas or the plot falls into protected areas. Site owners (upon request) may be informed of changes in the data of specific protected areas. Landowners with relevant rights can obtain spatial data from the state cadastre of protected areas. Any citizen can receive publicly available data from the state cadastre of protected areas and statistical information.

      The following data and information are processed and stored in the State Cadastre of Protected Areas of the Republic of Lithuania:
      General data of cadastral objects (reserves, reserves, heritage objects, restoration and genetic plots, parks, etc.). E.g. name, founder, dates of establishment and registration, purpose of establishment, location of the object, etc.

      Specific data of the spatial data set Protected Areas. For example, characteristics of a natural heritage object (height, length, width of geological objects, etc., orographic position of hydrogeological objects, rocks, chemical properties, etc.), condition of resources of restoration and genetic plots, etc. More detailed information on the data and information processed and accumulated in the cadastre is provided in Chapter III of the State Cadastre Regulations of Protected Areas of the Republic of Lithuania.

      For additional information, you can always contact the State Service for Protected Areas or the relevant protected area directorate about possible activities in protected areas.
      Activities in protected areas are regulated by the Law on Protected Areas of the Republic of Lithuania and other legal acts.

      Updated: 2020 04 11