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Devon’s Pebblebed Heaths National Nature Reserve to extended by nearly 90 hectares, the equivalent of 128 football pitches, to encompass a unique wetland
Natural England and Clinton Devon Estates announce extension to Pebblebed Heaths National Nature Reserve to promote natural connections and biodiversity.
Members of the public can attend a public drop-in session between 6pm and 9pm on Wednesday 7 February at the village hall in Snailbeach near Shrewsbury.
The last stretch of King Charles III England Coast Path in Northumberland officially opened in August, adding 38 miles (61km) to the path.
An independent review on the management of protected sites on Dartmoor has been published today
Orangutans, leopards, jaguars and other endangered species protected with new legislation to safeguard forests
Natural England will support the delivery of measures to accelerate nature recovery, and improve access to the natural world
33.3 miles (53.3km) of new King Charles III England Coast Path from Gretna to Allonby have opened.
The Tees Tidelands project will reduce the risk of flooding, help nature recover and reconnect people with the River Tees estuary.
Over 1,000 miles of the King Charles III England Coast Path completed as Ramsgate to Whitstable stretch is officially opened.
Farming groups and landowners encouraged to bid for share of £2.5 million Countryside Stewardship Facilitation Fund
Site brings together 31 existing nature sites with more than 400 hectares of additional land.
Route in King Charles III's name opens between East Head to Shoreham-by-Sea.
An additional 8.41 hectares of lowland wet heath at Finglandrigg Woods near Carlisle has been recognised for its importance for nature and the local community.
Next steps for the nutrient mitigation scheme confirmed, adding to the 50,000 new homes nationwide already with mitigation agreed.
Derby-based property developer ordered to pay £14,435.17 for breaching conditions of an European Protected Species Bat Mitigation Licence.
Natural England's new Lincolnshire Coronation Coast National Nature Reserve in new King’s Series supports nature recovery and connects people with nature.
Encouraging population increase as 54 nests recorded
An event at Weston Museum will round off a summer of fun to celebrate some of England’s most iconic scenery along the King Charles III England Coast Path.
Two days of events at Plymouth Sound Marine Park will round off a summer of fun to celebrate some of England’s most iconic scenery.
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