Latest Press Releases

The next meeting of the Joint Nature Conservation Committee will be held in Peterborough on 26 November.
A new app has been launched to help monitor the UK’s dragonflies and damselflies. The app will help people identify dragonflies and damselflies and record sightings to support study and conversation. This work was supported and co-funded by CEH and JNCC
Supporting biodiversity in the UK's Overseas Territories, JNCC recently funded a biosecurity workshop on Ascension island.
The latest results of the Breeding Birds Survey have been published.
JNCC's Annual Report and Accounts for the year ending 31 March 2015 is now available
JNCC Chair Chris Gilligan and Committee member David Hill have been recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours
The latest results of the National Bat Monitoring Programme (NBMP) now published in the National Bat Monitoring Programme Annual Report 2014.
WeBS is the principal scheme for monitoring the populations of the UK's wintering waterbirds, indicating the status of waterbird populations and the health of wetland.
These Official Statistics combine data from the traditional UKBMS transect sites and Wider Countryside Butterfly Survey (WCBS) sites, and relate to UK level population change.