Will Natural England’s new wildlife licensing scheme work with other animals?

While Natural England’s action plan for the coming year which was sent out to stakeholders earlier this month contains few surprises, there are nonetheless a number of key points that illuminate the government wildlife agency’s likely direction of travel over the coming years.

by James Fair
Natural England's district licensing scheme is likely to be rolled out to apply to bats. Photograph: Mike Powles/Getty Images
Natural England's district licensing scheme is likely to be rolled out to apply to bats. Photograph: Mike Powles/Getty Images

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