Dave Slater, Natural England’s Director for wildlife licensing cases, writes about the renewal licence for hen harrier brood management which has been issued.
Dave Slater, Natural England’s Director for wildlife licensing provides an update on licences for control of lesser black-backed gulls and herring gulls and of birds on or close to protected sites.
Dave Slater, Natural England's Director for wildlife licensing, tells us about the issuing of licences for three falconers to permit the taking of a small number of peregrine falcon chicks from the wild for use in falconry.
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- Hatfield Moors Fire 22 May 2020
- Hen harrier brood management trial licence renewed 22 May 2020
- Chief Executive Marian Spain on NE’s priorities for the year ahead 18 May 2020
- Natural England awarded Silver Award in this year’s Mind Workplace Wellbeing Index results 15 May 2020
- District Level Licensing: Hundreds of homes found for great crested newts 13 May 2020