Natural England has published new guidance for prospective Environmental Stewardship (ES) applicants.
(17 October 2011) Latest survey confirms Holkham as only the second breeding area in Britain for rare insect predator
(13 October 2011) A joint project by Natural England and the Church of England, researching how to deal with the serious heritage and conservation issues around bats in churches has set off to a flying start.
(6 October 2011) Two opportunities to learn more during this formal consultation on the Studland to Portland possible marine Special Area of Conservation.
(28 September 2011) The expansion of two of England’s finest National Parks reached a major milestone today as Natural England’s Board agreed to proceed with recommendations to significantly expand the boundaries of the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks, increasing their combined area by nearly 500km2.
(28 October 2011) The fortunes of the cirl bunting in Cornwall are on the up after a record number of chicks were born this year following a successful reintroduction project involving Natural England, the RSPB, the National Trust, Paignton Zoo and the Zoological Society of London.
The Olympic movement has long looked to ensure that each event leaves a positive legacy for host nations and, for London 2012, this notion was at the heart of the capital’s bid for the event.
(26 October 2011) The restoration of the Durham Heritage Coast has now won European recognition, having been awarded runner-up in this year’s Council of Europe Landscape Awards.
(21 October 2011) Will you be able to work out who’s eaten who? Visit a reserve to become a Deadly Detective and solve a wildlife ‘crime scene.’
(3 October 2011) Throughout 2011 we’re highlighting some of England’s most important natural habitats. This month: Traditional orchards
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