Natural England upland staff have recently taken part in an industry-led free grouse moor training day, hosted by the National Gamekeepers Organisation. The training gave staff an insight into the day-to-day management of driven grouse moors.
With the deadline for Countryside Stewardship mid-tier applications fast approaching, here are some helpful hints and tips to help you complete your application.
Natural England help celebrate 15 years of the Snail and the Whale ,with the launch of a new activity booklet celebrating the much loved tale.
A new survey of Wiltshire's chalk grasslands will help protect the future of many of the areas most important butterfly, bird and bat species.
Natural England have today officially opened the latest stretch of the England Coast Path, linking South Bents to Amble.
A new mobile exhibition showcasing the underwater life of the Dorset, Hampshire and Isle of Wight seas has been launched.
Natural England is taking a proactive step towards safeguarding the nature conservation interest of Langdon Ridge in Basildon, by declaring the area a new Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). This move will see 345 hectares of land receive legal …
A major new survey of the English uplands has highlighted just how important they are for some of our most cherished and rapidly declining farmland birds. Allan Drewitt, Senior Ornithologist, describes the results of the survey and offers some advice …
Natural England urge people to take extra care while out enjoying the countryside, following wildfire incidents on moors in the north of England.
Blog by James Diamond, Operations Director for the South of England on the recovery of ravens over the last 50 years and the often inaccurate accounts of licensed killing of ravens across the country.
Natural England’s Lower Derwent Valley National Nature Reserves Team recently climbed York Minster to colour-ring this year’s brood of four healthy peregrine falcon chicks.