Satellite tagged turtle doves to reveal migration secrets

Six new satellite tagged turtle doves will build on the legacy of Titan – the first UK turtle dove tracked to Africa and back. They will be tracked from their breeding grounds in East Anglia to their wintering grounds in West Africa, to help scientists better understand why numbers are crashing so rapidly. According to the recent UK Breeding Bird Survey, the number of turtle doves has declined by 93% since 1994.


Biodiversity News Summer 2016

Issue 73 is now available to view online! It can be viewed here >  and past editions are available here >  The edition features: New Nature After Minerals website, Agricology Open Day, New bug recorded in Scotland, Bees Needs Week 2016, UK National Tree Seed Project and £39 k for Norfolk heritage sites plus much, much more... 


Suffolk Coast and Heaths Alien Invaders in Estuaries - A guide

The Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB has been part of a European project that has produced a series of leaflets appropriate to the estuaries of Belgium, France, The Netherlands and UK. The Wash is the project site for UK but the messages are relevant to all our estuaries in Suffolk and beyond. The Guide is available on the AONB Useful Information page > or contact the AONB for a paper copy - tel: 01394 445225



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