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  • Badger culling can’t be justified on any grounds

    Monday 11th September, 2017

    Call for cattle vaccine to be top priority to tackle Bovine Tuberculosis, not badger culling

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  • Eleventh hour reprieve for one of the last bastions of nightingales

    Tuesday 5th September, 2017

    A controversial planning application to build 5,000 houses on one of the UK’s last strongholds for nightingales has been dropped just months before a Public Inquiry was due to take a closer look at the issue.

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  • Campaigners call for more trees, less tarmac, in the Government’s forthcoming roads strategy

    Thursday 31st August, 2017

    Hare on the road

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  • Wildlife Partnership Flying High

    Tuesday 15th August, 2017

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  • How to bee-friendly this summer!

    Tuesday 1st August, 2017

    Different bees have different needs. Foxgloves are useful mainly for long-tongue

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  • Huge cuttlefish mural to be artist ATM’s first ever marine portrait

    Friday 28th July, 2017

    Cuttlefish mural

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  • Creating a new gold standard for the environment – the Secretary of State’s keynote speech today

    Friday 21st July, 2017

    Dunnock

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  • The Wildlife Trusts calls on Government not to extend the badger cull and to prioritise cattle vaccine in the fight against bovine TB

    Thursday 20th July, 2017

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  • Farming Minister George Eustice MP visits Hampshire farm to see how wildlife can thrive on a farm growing oats for our breakfast cereals

    Wednesday 19th July, 2017

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  • The Wildlife Trusts join other environmental organisations and cross-party MPs in calls to strengthen post-Brexit environmental protections

    Friday 7th July, 2017

    The Wildlife Trusts today joins the Greener UK coalition of environmental groups today to announce that it is working with a cross-party group of MPs to strengthen the government's Repeal Bill and ensure environmental protections are not diluted post-Brexit.

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