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Natural England publishes major new report on carbon storage and sequestration by habitat

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Natural England has released a new report on carbon storage and sequestration, the impact that different UK habitats can have in taking carbon out of the atmosphere and helping us hit net zero by 2050, whilst delivering for both biodiversity and conservation

Swanscombe cements its place among England’s finest nature sites – James Seymour, Area Manager for Kent and Sussex

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The designation of a new Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) is always a cause for celebration in Natural England because it means more of the rich fabric of our natural world has been recognised. This only happens after a …

Natural England’s approach to large gull licensing in urban areas in 2021

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Gulls have become a common sight in English towns and cities, their presence often generating strong feelings. The two large gull species frequently seen are the lesser black-backed gull and herring gull. While natural-nesting populations - predominantly in rural areas …

Individual Licences for the Control of Wild Birds – an update on this year’s application process

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This week, Natural England launched a screening process for people planning to apply for an individual licence to control wild birds this year. This is specifically aimed at those practitioners who may have previously operated under the General Licence. We …