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Latest news about wildlife issues, what we're doing and how you can get involved…

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  • Dorothy Morley Conservation Awards

    Friday 6th January, 2012

    Clearing a pond by Sue Lee

    Berkshire community groups carrying out conservation projects that benefit wildlife and people could receive £1000 in prize money to help fund their next venture.

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  • Government review threatens Habitats and Birds Directives

    Tuesday 29th November, 2011

    Dartford Warbler by Vicky Nall

    Hidden in the Government's Autumn Statement on 29 November was a commitment to review the EU Habitats and Birds Directives, which are some of the most important wildlife protections.

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  • Thames Basin Heaths SPA protected for wildlife

    Monday 3rd October, 2011

    Nightjar by Neil Aldridge

    Conservation groups led by the Wildlife Trust and RSPB are delighted that a controversial housing scheme in Ascot, Berkshire has been rejected by the Government.

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  • Natural Environment White Paper

    Wednesday 13th July, 2011

    Greenham Common by Rob Appleby

    We welcome the vision of the Natural Environment White Paper, The Natural Choice: securing the value of nature. But will the Government really commit to all the changes we believe are needed for the vision to become a reality?

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  • New record for snake's-head fritillaries at Iffley Meadows

    Wednesday 20th April, 2011

    Fritillaries by Colin Williams

    More than 76,400 snake's-head fritillary plants were counted in the 2011 survey, the highest total recorded since records began in 1981.

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