Natural England withdraws from national nature reserve

Natural England will no longer manage a significant section of a national nature reserve in Suffolk, it announced today

A number of reproductive health problems in otters have been linked to endocrine disrupting chemicals (photograph: Andrea Poole/Dreamstime.com)
Otters are resident in the nature reserve

Natural England will no longer manage a significant section of a national nature reserve in Suffolk, it announced today.

The Suffolk coast national nature reserve (NNR) is made up of three reserves at Walberswick, Hen Reedbed and Dingle Marshes and takes in beaches, wetland and heathland.

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