(20 May 2013) A farming couple is giving wildlife in Essex a vital helping hand by creating their own version of ‘Noah’s Ark’ on their farm. Thanks to their conservation work, lapwings, lizards, bumblebees, corn buntings and turtle doves are now to be found alongside the more traditional farm animals on Moverons Farm near Brightlingsea.
(19 May 2013) At this week’s Beef Expo 2013, farmers will be able to get information and advice from Natural England staff and see exhibits and meet representatives from other organisations on our joint ‘one-stop’ trade stand.
(9 May 2013) Trevean Farm is getting full marks from teachers for giving young people the chance to find out more about life on a Cornish farm. With help from Natural England, farm managers are providing a free opportunity for local schools to discover the historic landscape of the farm and learn about ancient and modern farm management.
(17 May 2013) New guidance for bat surveyors and researchers on the use of capture and marking techniques, permissible under the authority of an appropriate licence, has been published by Natural England today.
(16 May 2013) Defra have launched an interactive website today to ask businesses, stakeholders and the public for their ideas on how environment guidance and reporting requirements can be made simpler and easier to find.
(15 May 2013) In February, Natural England confirmed that all criteria had been met to allow badger control to take place during the open season* in the pilot areas of west Somerset and west Gloucestershire, for the purpose of preventing the spread of bovine tuberculosis (bTB).
(14 May 2013) Each month we'll be featuring a species that you could encounter on one of our beautiful National Nature Reserves.
(9 May 2013) The Living with Environmental Change Partnership published the Terrestrial Biodiversity Climate Change Impacts Report Card today - the first in a series of expert reports designed to inform government, land managers, environmental consultants and researchers about the current evidence on climate change impacts.
(8 May 2013) Poul Christensen, Chair of Natural England and one of the leading figures in UK agriculture, has been elected as President of the National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs (NFYFC) - one of the largest rural youth organisations in the UK.
(7 May 2013) Working with Local Enterprise Partnerships and City Deals to protect the environment and facilitate growth.
(3 May 2013) International Dawn Chorus Day is celebrated worldwide this Sunday (5 May), but a week earlier Natural England staged a dress rehearsal with a guided walk on Norfolk’s Bure Marshes National Nature Reserve (NNR).
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