Today, there has been claims that Natural England is “crowdfunding” to deliver its statutory functions. These claims are simply untrue.
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Response to the Telegraph's online piece on Natural England's handling of general licences for shooting some wild birds
Today we respond to inaccurate claims about Natural England's new Chair, Tony Juniper. We also look at alarmist reporting of Oak Processionary Moth.
In today's blog we look at a Hen harrier study suggesting widespread illegal killing of hen harriers on English grouse moors.
We look at coverage from the Daily Mirror reporting that fourteen new areas in England have applied to Natural England for a badger control licence this year.
New report by Natural England shows the importance of local green spaces for children. This blog post also covers the seasonal workers pilot which has now opened.
We look at Natural England's opening of the new England Coast Path from Skegness to Mablethorpe, and Environment Secretary discussing Deposit Return Scheme with schoolchildren.
On today's blog we're looking at Natural England outlining plans to extend the Isles of Scilly Special Protection (SPA) by almost 13,000 hectares.
We look at BBC Countryfile's coverage on protecting blanket bogs, as well as church bells in Devon becoming the first to be used as a flood warning system.
In today's blog we look at conservation covenants - a new tool for protecting the environment, and the movement of equines in a no-deal Brexit.