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  1. Wildlife licensing: comment on new policies for European protected species licences

    • Defra and Natural England
    • Consultation outcome
  2. Open access restriction at Ill Sike - Lewisburn: how to comment

    • Natural England
    • Open consultation
  3. Open access restriction at Cabin Hill National Nature Reserve: consultation outcome

    • Natural England
    • Consultation outcome
  4. Open access restriction at Ainsdale Sand Dunes National Nature Reserve: consultation outcome

    • Natural England
    • Consultation outcome
  5. Open access restriction at Cheriton Wood: consultation outcome

    • Natural England
    • Consultation outcome
  6. Natural England expenses: chief executive and chief officers

    • Natural England
    • Transparency data
  7. National Fraud Initiative 2016: personal data processing in Defra

    • Defra, RPA, EA, Natural England and APHA
    • Corporate report
  8. Water voles: licence to displace them for work on flood defences, water courses or drainage systems

  9. Wild birds: licence to sell dead wild birds

  10. Wild birds: licence to take or kill to prevent damage or disease

  11. Wild birds: licence to sell captive bred live wild birds

  12. Wild birds: licence to take or kill for conservation purposes

  13. Wild birds: licence to show captive bred birds competitively

  14. Wild birds: licence to remove abandoned or unsuccessful eggs

  15. Wild birds: licence to incubate and rear their eggs and chicks

  16. Wild birds: licence to release schedule 9 species

  17. Wild birds: licence to keep them for rehabilitation

  18. Wild birds: licence for vets to rehabilitate them

  19. Wild birds: general licence to take or kill for health or safety purposes

  20. Wild birds and animals: licence to possess samples

  21. Shrews: licence to trap them

  22. Ruddy ducks: licence to kill or take them

  23. Red squirrels and pine martens: licence to sell dead specimens

  24. Mealy redpoll: licence to sell and exhibit ringed mealy redpoll

  25. Protected animals: licence for taxidermists to own dead animals

  26. Mallard ducks: licence to take eggs and rear and release chicks

  27. Otters: licence to capture and transport those trapped in fisheries to prevent damage

  28. Black headed gulls: licence for retailers and restaurateurs to sell eggs

  29. Birds: licence to keep them in show cages for training

  30. Bats: licence to transport and possess dead bats for rabies testing

  31. Bats: licence to take and possess live bats for rabies testing

  32. Water voles: licence to displace them for development projects

  33. White-clawed crayfish: licence to catch them to carry out maintenance

  34. Hen harriers: licence to feed them on grouse moors

  35. Bumblebees: licence to release non-native species in commercial premises for research

  36. Little whirlpool ramshorn snails: licence for ditch maintenance

  37. Badgers: licence for the Forestry Commission to interfere with setts for forestry operations

  38. Badgers: licence for internal drainage boards to interfere with setts for drainage operations

  39. Bumblebees: licence for emergency release of non-native species for pollination and research

  40. Barn owls: licence to survey them to guide future development work