Local wildlife sites damaged and in rapid decline

Local wildlife sites are being lost or damaged at an alarming rate, according to a survey by the Wildlife Trusts

Local wildlife sites are being lost or damaged at an alarming rate, according to a survey by the Wildlife Trusts.1

The report reveals that more than 10% of the 6,590 local wildlife sites surveyed have been lost or damaged over the past five years. It is the seventh such study by the charity coalition.  

But the real picture could be a lot worse because there are more than 42,000 local wildlife sites in England, covering at least 5% of the country’s land area, and many are not being monitored. 

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