(6 March 2014) Natural England’s long term monitoring project – which monitors the effects of climate change and air pollution on biodiversity – is getting plugged straight into the Met Office.
(3 March 2014) Natural England has developed a new map-based modelling approach to help assess the vulnerability of priority habitats to climate change.
(7 February 2014) Catchment Sensitive Farming is contacting farmers who have been flooded in the Somerset Levels and Moors to reassure them that they will have longer to complete any work that has been funded by the project's capital grant scheme.
(5 February 2014) Natural England is working with farmers and partner organisations to help manage the consequences of the prolonged flooding to farming businesses and wildlife on the Somerset Levels and Moors.
(21 January 2014) The results of a new study carried out by Natural England in collaboration with Buglife, reveals that 15% of Britain’s soldier beetles and allied species are now sufficiently endangered to join a new “red list” of species under greatest threat of extinction.
(20 January 2014) Natural England, the Government’s statutory nature conservation adviser, is holding a formal consultation on a proposed Special Protection Area (pSPA) between Falmouth Bay and St Austell Bay, in south Cornwall.
(20 January 2014) The Catchment Sensitive Farming Capital Grant Scheme will be open again for applications from 1 February 2014.
Natural England is working with port interests to ensure that river mouths and estuaries are best able to support thriving commerce and bird life.
(5 March 2014) Natural England and National Grid have agreed a responsible and proactive approach to the management and licensing of nesting birds.
(3 March 2014) Species Recovery Programme: species of the month. Featuring our species most in decline and how we are supporting their recovery.
(3 March 2014) Natural England has confirmed Rampisham Down in Dorset as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) for its special grassland and heathland habitats.
(28 February 2014) Shapwick Heath National Nature Reserve (NNR) is home to 15 Bagot goats, a critically endangered ancient breed. The herd contributes to the land management of the reserve as part of a conservation grazing programme, and a pair of twins was born earlier this month.
(27 February 2014) The Natural England Board has agreed to begin work to assess whether the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) boundary should be extended.
(25 February 2014) Natural England is privileged to have support from just over 3,000 volunteers who willingly give their skills, knowledge and expertise and contribute the equivalent of 32,250 working days each year.
(24 February 2014) Natural England is seeking views on proposed changes to the General and Class Licences, which are issued under wildlife legislation.
(21 February 2014) Public access rights came into effect today over a further 13 of Natural England’s National Nature Reserves (NNRs)
(10 February 2014) A number of positions on Natural England’s and the Environment Agency’s non-Executive Boards are due to come up for appointment shortly as existing terms come to an end.
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