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Come and see us at The CLA Game Fair
Thursday 21st July, 2011
The Wildlife Trusts, in partnership with wild bird seed grower Vine House Farm, will be at this year’s CLA Game Fair at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, from Friday 22 July – Sunday 24 July.
Culling is not the cure
Tuesday 19th July, 2011
The Wildlife Trusts today express disappointment at the Government’s decision to pursue yet more trials of badger culling, as The Wildlife Trusts do not see culling as the solution to the problem of bovine tuberculosis (bTB).
Nature Improvement Areas
Friday 15th July, 2011
Launching a competition to identify 12 Nature Improvement Areas (NIAs) is a welcome move by the Government, but restoration and recovery of the natural environment must take place with greater urgency, and across a much larger area than proposed in current plans, warn The Wildlife Trusts.
Sea life through a lens
Friday 15th July, 2011
An underwater photography competition in which participants have one day to capture images off the Devon coast has announced its winners, with photographer Dan Bolt scooping the top prize
Online guide: where to see dragonflies
Thursday 14th July, 2011
Forget fire-breathing and maiden-like varieties, the most exciting dragons and damsels are on the wing now at nature reserves throughout the UK. And with the help of The Wildlife Trusts’ new online guide 40 places to see dragons: a guide to the UK's best dragon and damselfly reserves, it’s easier than ever to find them.
Wetland loss threat
Tuesday 5th July, 2011
More wetlands need to be created across the UK to safeguard wildlife and human health and prosperity, according to leading experts.
Chat Moss decision welcomed
Thursday 30th June, 2011
The Lancashire Wildlife Trust has welcomed the decision by Salford councillors to reject the application by William Sinclair to continue extracting peat from Chat Moss for another fifteen years.
Farmland wildlife under threat
Friday 24th June, 2011
Ahead of the European Union budget announcement on Wednesday (29 June), The Wildlife Trusts are raising concerns that funding for farmers and landowners, who manage their land with wildlife in mind, may be hit.
Joining forces to restore wildlife in England's finest landscapes
Thursday 23rd June, 2011
A group of MPs and Peers, together with environment minister Richard Benyon, today heard how a coalition of seven key countryside groups is responding to Government calls for wildlife recovery across England.
Reprieve for Mersey’s wildlife
Wednesday 22nd June, 2011
The Wildlife Trusts welcome shelving of barrage plans