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Use a general licence for activities that carry a low risk to the conservation or welfare of a protected species.
Landmark Theatre to host a family fun day as one of a series of events to celebrate the recently renamed King Charles III England Coast Path.
Industry leader David Fursdon will lead an Independent Evidence Review of Protected Site Management on Dartmoor.
Day packed full of free events for coastal community on national trail due to stretch around the coast of England
Information on what the government is doing to control the risk of bovine tuberculosis (TB) from badgers.
Find out how to comment on badger control in Hampshire, Avon, Herefordshire, and Wiltshire.
Licences and conditions relating to licensed actions on or around protected sites.
Find out about plans to change public access to open access land at Waddington Fell (Mast land) in Lancashire.
Find out about plans to change public access to open access land at Trawden Clay Pigeon Club in Lancashire.
Find out about plans to change public access to open access land at Blyth estuary mud flats in Northumberland.
Find out about plans to change public access to open access land at Chibburn Links in Northumberland.
As a land owner or manager, find out about your responsibilities and how to manage public access.
Written by Angela Gall from Natural England and illustrated by Sarah Gledhill, the children's book about a unique fish's journey comes out on 8 June 2023.
Get a general licence to trap stoats to conserve vulnerable wild birds.
Trappers of certain species of mammal must use traps that meet international humaneness standards.
Get a general licence to trap stoats to prevent serious damage to vulnerable livestock.
Apply for or renew your camping or caravanning exemption certificate to hold an event at your site without needing a licence.
Recreational organisations like caravan clubs or the Scouts can apply for an exemption to camp without a licence or planning permission.
Actions to restore the River Wye discussed at roundtable meeting.
A summer of fun is being launched to celebrate some of England’s most iconic scenery along the recently renamed coast path.
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