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Wild daffodils set to put on annual golden display
Sunday 31st March, 2013
Displays of gold are setting alight our woods and meadows, as hordes of daffodils show their true colours at The Wildlife Trusts’ nature reserves all over the UK.
Ash dieback control plan welcome
Tuesday 26th March, 2013
Environment Secretary, Owen Paterson MP, today publishes the Government’s management plan for tackling ash die back.
Scottish Wildlife Trust Chief Executive wins prestigious award
Friday 22nd March, 2013
The Wildlife Trusts are delighted that Simon Milne MBE, Chief Executive of the Scottish Wildlife Trust, has been awarded the Third Sector Director of the Year award by the Institute of Directors Scotland.
Gove knows not what he does
Wednesday 20th March, 2013
Everyone who cares for the natural environment is being urged to call on the Government to ensure children are taught about its true value.
The Budget 2013: Value of nature lost on this Government
Wednesday 20th March, 2013
Chancellor George Osborne today put long-term prosperity at risk with a short-term bid for growth.
Osborne urged to invest in nature
Tuesday 19th March, 2013
As the pressure mounts on George Osborne to ‘go for growth’ in his budget announcement tomorrow, The Wildlife Trusts call on the Chancellor to recognise that our long-term prosperity will depend on restoring our natural capital.
Rail review results announced
Friday 15th March, 2013
The results of the five Judicial Reviews, heard in December, into the Government’s decision on phase 1 of HS2 between London and the West Midlands have today been announced.
Artists dive to show magic of our seas
Thursday 14th March, 2013
All five artists who have benefited from winning The Wildlife Trusts’ Underwater Art Award since its inception are staging an exhibition for the first time after taking the plunge to show the magic of our seas.
Oil spillage threatens Yorkshire’s seabirds
Tuesday 12th March, 2013
An oil slick is currently threatening one of Yorkshire’s most important wildlife colonies, the seabirds of Flamborough Head.
Countdown for the countryside: 5 days left to urge MEPs to vote for nature-friendly farming
Friday 8th March, 2013
A group of 11 wildlife organisations has come together through the Joint Links group  to urge everyone to press their MEPs to vote for farming that supports nature in one of the most significant votes ever held in the European Parliament.