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England's rarest species to get British pounds 14.5m funding boost
by Esme Stallard, Climate and Science Reporter, BBC News
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15 September 2023
On 15 September 2023 BBC News reported:
Nature projects to revive England's endangered species have been awarded British pounds 14.5m of funding by Natural England -- the government's advisers. Water voles in London to crayfish in North Yorkshire will benefit from the money which will go towards breeding programmes and improving habitats. Estimates suggest 15 percent of the country's species are at risk of extinction. Tony Juniper, chair of Natural England said previous recovery schemes have shown they do work.
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