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Confined establishments approved to export captive-bred birds to the EU

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Confined establishments approved to export captive-bred birds to the EU

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Lists of confined establishments in Great Britain, Jersey and the Isle of Man approved to export or move captive-bred birds to the EU or Northern Ireland.

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Your premises must be approved as a confined establishment by the competent authority in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales), Jersey and the Isle of Man if you’re exporting or moving captive-bred birds to the EU and Northern Ireland for:

  • exhibitions
  • education
  • conservation
  • research

Confined establishments are permanent premises, such as zoos or laboratories.

The Animal and Plant Health Agency ( APHA) is the competent authority in Great Britain.

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