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Families urged to turn detective and learn about the seashore
Friday 18th February, 2011
There’s much more to the seashore than seashells, and now there’s a new and fun way to find out what, with The Wildlife Trusts.
Government u-turn expected on forest plans
Thursday 17th February, 2011
The Government is today expected to abandon its controversial plans to dispose of thousands of hectares of forest in England and announce a panel of experts to examine the issues.
Forestry sales programme under review
Friday 11th February, 2011
The Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs today (Fri 11 Feb 2011) made the following statement:
Wetland scheme is wildlife success
Wednesday 2nd February, 2011
UK wildlife is benefiting from national wetland restoration, two years in to a three year scheme, according to The Wildlife Trusts, on World Wetlands Day (Wednesday 2 February).
Handy guides for nature lovers
Tuesday 1st February, 2011
A new series of beautifully illustrated mini field guides, packed with information for nature enthusiasts, published in association with The Wildlife Trusts, is out now.
British Wildlife Photography Awards
Tuesday 1st February, 2011
A prestigious photography competition is today calling for entries – with a chance to win a cash prize of £5,000. And The Wildlife Trusts are proud to sponsor a new category.
Young naturalists rewarded
Friday 28th January, 2011
The Wildlife Trusts has named Whisby Wildlife Watch group the winner in the annual Watch Group of the Year Awards.
'Quick fix’ forest sale must not threaten our natural heritage
Thursday 27th January, 2011
Commenting on the consultation into the sale of publicly-owned forests, a high proportion of which have wildlife value, The Wildlife Trusts urge the Government to recognise the practicalities and realities of securing the long-term protection of England’s forests for the future.
Boaters urged to look out for wildlife
Monday 10th January, 2011
Sea-users are today being urged to consider their impact on marine wildlife and report sightings, as a new guide is launched by The Wildlife Trusts and The Green Blue, the joint environment initiative from the Royal Yachting Association and the British Marine Federation.
High Speed Rail proposals off-track
Tuesday 21st December, 2010
The Government’s proposed High Speed Rail route announced yesterday (Monday) will rip through ancient woodland and devastate sensitive wildlife areas.