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Guest blog – Grassland management (1) by Paul Sterry

Paul Sterry has an academic background in freshwater biology and is a passionate conservationist. He has been writing about natural history and photographing wildlife for the last 40 years, with an emphasis on the British scene. Looking back through the…

Guest blog – Bermuda Petrel by Paul Sterry

Paul Sterry has an academic background in freshwater biology and is a passionate conservationist. He has been writing about natural history and photographing wildlife for the last 40 years, with an emphasis on the British scene. Bird Photographer of the…

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Guest blog – World Land Trust by Paul Sterry

Paul Sterry has an academic background in freshwater biology and is a passionate conservationist. He has been writing about natural history and photographing wildlife for the last 40 years, with an emphasis on the British scene. Paul Sterry has an…

Guest blog – Hookpods by Paul Sterry

Paul Sterry has an academic background in freshwater biology and is a passionate conservationist. He has been writing about natural history and photographing wildlife for the last 40 years, with an emphasis on the British scene. . Bird Photographer of…

An important step for the Seahorse Trust.

A step in the right direction for the Seahorse Trust. Yesterday the Seahorse Trust sought, and was granted, permission to bring judicial review proceedings. Permission was granted on all grounds following a 3 hour hearing at Court 46 of the…

Guest blog – Volunteers in the conservation sector (3) by Louise Bacon

Louise writes: I used to be a biochemist studying human immune system malfunction whilst being a part-time naturalist and conservationist. Then I converted to being an environmental data geek, which is what I do part of the time in a…

Rattled, rattled, rattled!

It’s a bit of a pity that today’s Farming Today piece was introduced as a legal challenge to Pheasant shooting because it isn’t – it is a legal challenge against Defra and their failure to assess the ecological impacts of…

Guest blog – Wildflower verge or colourful eyesore? by Paul Sterry

Paul Sterry has an academic background in freshwater biology and is a passionate conservationist. He has been writing about natural history and photographing wildlife for the last 40 years, with an emphasis on the British scene. He now has a…

Guest blog – Volunteers in the conservation sector (2) by Louise Bacon

Louise writes: I used to be a biochemist studying human immune system malfunction whilst being a part-time naturalist and conservationist. Then I converted to being an environmental data geek, which is what I do part of the time in a…

Roundup

Wild Justice highlights Natural England’s mishandling of general licence legal challenge ‘Natural England’s conduct … fell well short of what the public ought reasonably to expect [from a public body]‘ an article by Ian Rappel in The Ecologist about the…

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