Natural England work with the RSPB, Butterfly Conservation and landowners is helping to return the marsh fritillary butterfly to Oxfordshire Licence: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial Liam Lysaght The marsh fritillary butterfly (Euphydryas aurinia) is thought to have become extinct in Oxfordshire around …
Following social media speculation about the licensed killing of wild birds in England, Natural England Director of Operations James Diamond gives some context to Natural England’s licensing work so that people can understand our decisions.
Post on net gain from Melanie Hughes – Natural England Director of Change & Reform.
A group of agencies chaired by Natural England have joined forces to help tackle the issue of illegal hare coursing.
Breeding success for the UK's second rarest shorebird, the Little Tern.
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.
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.