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Four hundred years ago, the Essex coast was a wild and beautiful place, a haven for wildlife and a source of livelihood for local communities. Today, less than a tenth of this wild coast remains.
This project is working with farmers near Wallasea Island and the Essex Coast corn bunting population. The aim is to provide a network of management through agri-environment schemes to benefit corn buntings and other priority farmland birds. More...
The RSPB speaks out for birds and wildlife, tackling the problems that threaten our environment. We rely upon memberships and donations to fund our work. Nature is amazing - help us keep it that way. More...
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16 September 2014
A bird of prey filmed for national television has mysteriously disappeared before her screen debut
3 September 2014
Businesses and politicians have the power to make a difference in tackling the crisis facing our wildlife, according to Sir David Attenborough.
The West Country’s water industry bosses are among a wide range of business leaders attending a major national conference today in London today to hear Sir David Attenborough and Deputy PM Nick Clegg speak about how making space for wildlife is good for business.
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