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 …
A new outreach centre has officially been unveiled at Humberhead Peatlands National Nature Reserve in Yorkshire.
A group of agencies chaired by Natural England have joined forces to help tackle the issue of illegal hare coursing.
A new biosecurity plan funded by Natural England, aims to tackle the potentially devastating impact of invasive non-native species on industry, recreation and the marine environment itself.
Breeding success for the UK's second rarest shorebird, the Little Tern.
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.