Further update from Marian Spain on changes to the general licensing system.
There has been a large amount of media coverage and interest in the decision to revoke the three general licences (GL 04/05/06). These cover 16 species of birds, including several members of the crow family, Canada geese, some gulls, feral …
Recent use of netting by developers and local authorities has received media coverage and today Natural England welcomes the government's statement on the use of nets.
Natural England's Director of Operations James Diamond provides a further update on wild bird licensing, covering red kites, buzzards and cormorants.
Natural England Director of Operations James Diamond writes about the licence that has been issued to reintroduce white-tailed eagles to the Isle of Wight.
Natural England has awarded farmers and land managers from across the West Midlands area with a prestigious Conservation Award.
New licensing creates a bigger, better and more joined approach to mitigation and conservation for great crested newts
Natural England's Director of Operations, James Diamond provides an update on the latest wild bird licensing.
David Lowe,Team Leader, Ecology, Historic Environment & Landscape at Warwickshire County Council, writes a guest blog about how the council is improving biodiversity.
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.