5 ways you can protect biodiversity in your area

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Funds available for nature conservation in the UK are often insufficient. Image: Pexels/Darius Krause

Kate Hiseman
Senior Lecturer Practitioner in Environment and Sustainability, Anglia Ruskin University
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The Wildlife Trust has reintroduced beavers to fenland in Kent. Image: Pexels/ Denitsa Kireva

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Wildlife-friendly gardens can introduce a wide range of species and improve connectivity. Image: Pexels/ Tom Fisk

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