Conservation coalition begins restoration of UK’s largest protected area for native oysters
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41 new Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs) have been announced in UK waters. Now, Essex Wildlife Trust calls for effective management for two new MCZs off the Essex coast.
The Billericay Living Landscapes group has been working to improve this 2.5 hectare site that acts as a magnet to a wonderful array of wildlife.
Roy, a heavy horse from Hawthorn Heavy Horses has been helping Essex Wildlife Trust’s ranger and volunteers with vital habitat management and conservation work at their Willow Park in Langdon…
Stars speak up for wildlife in new film trailer hitting cinemas this weekend
It was worrying to hear further news of insect decline earlier this year; it is reported that more than 40% of insect species are declining and a third are endangered.
On 20th February the Secretary of State for Transport gave the go-ahead for the Tilbury 2 development to proceed, which will significantly expand the Port of Tilbury.
Satellite tags are allowing us to gain an insight into the 2,500-mile migration of these geese like never before.
As the temperature drops and food becomes scarce, winter can become a challenging time for wildlife in Essex. It is at this time that garden visitors will be in need of a regular source of energy…
Over 60 MPs from around the country met with young people from across The Wildlife Trusts at a Parliamentary Reception at Portcullis House.