Click on the links below to read the blogs from organisations which have contributed to the State of Nature 2019.  All of the links will be added over the coming week as the blogs are published:

Unlocking the science to reveal the state of nature – David Noble, British Trust for Ornithology (BTO)

Dedication for conservation – Dr. Jo Judge, National Biodiversity Network Trust

Learning how to identify wildlife can connect us with nature – Janice Ansine, iSpot / The Open University

The State of UK Marine Nature – Jacob Bedford, Plymouth University

Volunteer recorders play vital role in monitoring the state of nature – Dr. Jack Hatfield, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology

The making of State of Nature 2019 – Dr Daniel Hayhow, The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB)

GB Red Lists: Regional IUCN Assessments of Extinction Risk – Dr Andrew Brown, Natural England

Assessing the State of Nature in the UK – Emily Dennis, Butterfly Conservation

Monitoring mammals in the UK – Nida Al-Fulaij, People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES)

A Carnivore Good News Story – Hilary Macmillan, Vincent Wildlife Trust

Reflections on the State of Nature report 2019 – Fiona Burns, The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB)