We have a vision. A vision of a wildlife rich environment in which there is a careful balance between us and all the other creatures we share our world with.
When the ‘State of Nature 2019’ report was published last year, it made sombre reading. It looked back over fifty years of monitoring to see how nature had changed in the UK, with a particular focus on the last ten years.
Of the 696 species monitored, the indicator shows there has been a decline of 13% in average abundance since 1970 and over the last ten years a drop of 6%.
With accelerating climate change the future for our wildlife appears even bleaker.
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Plans for 2021
Here's what we're working on...
What do you do to slow and ultimately stop such a decline? Where do you start to create something better?
For BAG the obvious starting point was to look at what we have got. From this baseline we can then think about what we want and finally decide how we are going to get it.
Articles & Information
We’ll be adding more information here over time, including useful resources, relevant articles and events.
We’d like to follow the example of Lewes in attracting more swifts to nest in Steyning. They really are the most fascinating birds - For example they can live...
Thursday 4th February 7.30-8.30pm online with tickets available http://bit.ly/greenbooks4Feb Hosted by Greening Steyning who are launching a series of free,...
Play your part in the world’s largest bird survey this January. Join thousands of people taking part to see the drama unfold on your doorstep, simply spend an...