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From ancient woodlands and lowland heaths to estuaries and rugged coasts, England is rich in wildlife habitats. As part of our work in England, we are restoring, creating and enhancing thousands of hectares of land to benefit people and wildlife, from reedbeds and heathland to chalk grassland and wetlands.

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Last week for entries to the ‘Big Picture’ Photography competition

19 April 2014

Entries have been pouring in for the ‘Big Picture’ photography competition celebrating the wildlife, landscape and the people of the Greater Thames Estuary

Thames Estuary

West Yorkshire’s garden wildlife revealed

17 April 2014

Nearly half of people in West Yorkshire who took part in the Big Garden Birdwatch see common frogs in their gardens on a regular basis but only a fraction ever see the endangered red squirrel, according to the second round of results from the world’s biggest wildlife survey.

Badger emerging from sett

Garden wildlife revealed

17 April 2014

World’s biggest wildlife survey reports a chorus of frogs hopping around in our gardens but our native squirrels are in the red

Common frog

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East Sussex
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Southernhay Gardens
Exeter
Devon
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Norwich
Norfolk
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Banbury
Oxfordshire
OX16 9AB
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Newcastle Business Park
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
NE4 7YL
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Wakefield Road, Denby Dale
Huddersfield
HD8 8QD
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The Uplands - Time to change?

The Uplands - Time to change?

756Kb, PDF

Uplands form 40% of the UK's land area. This short document aims to trigger a debate on the future of upland land use. What are the uplands for?

Date: 31 July 2007

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