State of Nature report

Discover the State of Nature 2019

The 2019 State of Nature report is a healthcheck on how the UK’s wildlife is faring. It is put together using wildlife data from a group of 50 conservation organisations.

Of the 8,431 species assessed, 15% are now at risk of extinction. This includes kittiwakes, Arctic skuas and Scottish wildcats. However, it’s not all bad news, tens of thousands of volunteers collected the data for the report, simply due to a love of nature. Thanks to them, it was made possible – but it’s clear there’s still much to do.

Woodland birds

Only 43% of UK woodlands are managed sustainably, watch the report on the effect this has on woodland birds.

State of Nature report on woodland birds

Get the facts

bird song

Download our infographic to see how nature is faring across the UK.

Farmland birds

Watch the report on farmland birds and wildlife friendly farming.

State of Nature report on farmland birds

Thank you for taking over

On the 17 October, we filled the UK with bird song. Find out why and how you can keep helping.