EU Court of Justice Restricts the Trade of Wild Animals Originating from Illegal Imports

Published September 26, 2022
blue perroquet of the hyacinth macaw breed

On 8 September 2022, the Court of Justice sided with the Czech Ministry of the Environment in deciding that an exotic animal breeder did not have the right to trade parrots who were the second-generation offspring of illegally imported birds. Read an analysis of this historic ruling by the Court of Justice of the EU concerning the protection of wild animals (C-659/20 (Perroquets Ara hyacinthe)) in EU Law Live.

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