State of Nature in England

The report on the State of Nature in England, produced by more than 50 wildlife organisations across the country, can now be downloaded.  It documents increases in some groups of fauna and flora as well as decreases in numbers and biodiversity, with some 12% of species in England at threat of extinction by IUCN Red List criteria. Particularly worrying declines are still occurring in farmland and woodland species.

The partnership produced a series of reports, the main State of Nature 2016 report covers the whole of the UK and its overseas territories while there is also a specific report for Scotland, one containing Supplementary Material, which gives information on and links to the various monitoring schemes and datasets that were used in compiling the report and finally one containing the Tables used in the report, which is convenient for extracting them for a presentation..

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