Natural England's interim chief executive Marian Spain provides a further update on general licences
Protected sites and species
Natural England's Director of Operations James Diamond provides a further update on wild bird licensing, covering red kites, buzzards and cormorants.
Natural England has awarded farmers and land managers from across the West Midlands area with a prestigious Conservation Award.
For World Wetlands Day, we look at the work of Natural England on restoring peatlands and blanket bogs in the UK and how the work could be making a contribution to tackling climate change.
Guest blog from Louise Clarke, Head of Sustainable Places at Berkeley Group, outlining the organisation’s approach to biodiversity net gain.
Post on net gain from Melanie Hughes – Natural England Director of Change and Reform.
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 …
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.
Holding a festival on a site of environmental and historic importance comes with its challenges. Yet such events - and the showcase they provide - are essential to the continued survival of our historic gems. Our Historic Environment advisor Dr …
Georgina Terry, Land Management and Conservation Advisor at Natural England considers the challenges and rewards of working on a major sporting event across some of the most precious habitats and landscapes in Surrey and West London. A legacy of London …