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Exercise in the open air is good for you, but if you want to reap the full benefits you should head for the coast or the countryside rather than an urban park.
An agenda targeted at overturning the small numbers of the white-clawed crayfish has created 300 young this year alone in the UK.
Conservationists are preparing to bring the sea eagle, the UK's biggest bird of prey, back home to England.
It Was not just people who suffered in the aftermath of East Yorkshire's devastating summer floods of last year. The human suffering grabbed the headlines, but the disaster also took its toll on the region's wildlife population.
Birds including cirl buntings and twites will also benefit from the cash, as will wetland landscapes in various parts of the country plus marine species in the Isle of Scilly, Natural England said.
Almost one in five people in the South West are blissfully unaware of the basking sharks, multi-coloured coral and fields of seagrass that lurk beneath the surface of the sea, a new report claims.
ENVIRONMENT Secretary Hilary Benn visited the region for a tour of land stewardship schemes. Organised by Natural England, the tour was an opportunity for farmers and land managers in North Yorkshire to showcase the environmental benefits of moorland management schemes.
AMBITIOUS Government plans to open up the North East and English coastline to the public have been criticised by MPs. The proposals are designed to give people access on foot to land around the coast with 1,400 miles of new or improved paths on the English coast.
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