Natural England launches blog to give insight into its work
Natural England is their government’s adviser for the natural environment, helping to protect England’s nature and landscapes for people to enjoy.
Staff are involved in wide-ranging work, from managing England’s 140 National Nature Reserves and designating National Parks, to working with farmers on agri-environment agreements and issuing licences to protect species like the great crested newt.
Through the blog, staff will share updates about this work and stories from out in the field.
Andrew Sells, Natural England’s Chairman, said:
Natural England is full of passionate people and I’m constantly impressed by the stories our staff have to tell and the vital work they’re involved in. Natural England’s world is wonderfully diverse and this blog is a great way to share it.
Image: A Black-headed Gull at Blakeney National Nature Reserve, Norfolk, England by Andy / Andrew Fogg from near Cambridge, UK, CC BY 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons