Natural England unveils £18m endangered species protection funding scheme

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Conservation funding geared towards research and investment in wildlife habitat restoration and protection across England

Rare British species including the water vole, natterjack toad and wartbiter cricket could soon be protected under a new £18m grant scheme designed to help safeguard threatened species from extinction....

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