Yorkshire and the Humber

The Yorkshire and Humber region is made up of North, South, East and West Yorkshire, North and North East Lincolnshire.

Map of the Region (opens in new window)

Contact details

Events in Yorkshire and the Humber

Press Releases

Nature on the Map (opens in new window) – an interactive map where you can search for nature in your neighbourhood.
State of the Natural Environment

Defra Statutory Guidance for Natural England on Regional Planning and Associated Matters

Regional Forestry Strategy

Press Releases

  • 15.10.08: Dormice sleep again in the Yorkshire Dales
  • 23.09.08: Natural England lifts the lid on the wonders of our undersea landscapes with its magical maps
  • 10.09.08: Home is where the heath is
  • 21.08.08: Natural England help a Yorkshire bird of prey cheat death to rise like a phoenix from the ashes…
  • 20.08.08: Ding ding…get on board the summer conservation bus
  • 18.08.08: A father and daughter from Malton have scooped first prize in Natural England’s regional farming award
  • 06.08.08: Hilary Benn meets environment champions from the Dales
  • 30.07.08: Yorkshire farmers make hay while the sun shines in the Lower Derwent Valley
  • 21.07.08: Saddle up and join the Ingleborough Pony Express
  • 15.07.08: It’s a blind date for East Riding’s wildlife and livestock
  • 15.07.08: Wetlands hold the key to protecting our past and future
  • 30.06.08: Natural England goes to great heights to save Peregrine falcon chick
  • 24.06.08: Nurses tackle weighty issues at the Great Yorkshire Show
  • 16.06.08: Coast your way to fun
  • 16.06.08: Wild about wildlife, then get down to Humberhead Peatlands
  • 12.06.08: Reducing flooding naturally – one year on from 2007 summer floods
  • 09.06.08: Quail have a whale of a time in Yorkshire Nature Reserve
  • 06.06.08: Natural England delivers a £45m funding deal on World Environment Day
  • 27.05.08: Natural England invite farmers to enter their award scheme
  • 22.05.08: Natural England announces an extra £5 million for England’s wildlife on International Biodiversity Day
  • 19.05.08: England needs a new approach to conservation, says Natural England
  • 24.04.08: All aboard the conservation bus
  • 24.04.08: Wild things around the Ings
  • 08.04.08: Important wildlife sites flourish under Natural England
  • 07.04.08: Natural England launches its Future of Farming Awards 2008
  • 04.04.08: Wild times ahead for the public sector
  • 05.03.08: Local Caving Club help Natural England out of a hole…
  • 18.02.08: Yorkshire’s barn owls get a helping hand onto the housing ladder
  • 15.02.08: Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Park consultation on hold
  • 04.02.08: Yorkshire Wolds Way chalks up 25 years
  • 04.02.08: Natural England says ‘Join the Outdoor Gym’ in 2008 – a walk is for life, not just for Christmas
  • 02.02.08: England’s neglected heathlands
  • 02.02.08: Turning the tide on public awareness on the Humber Estuary
  • 23.10.07: Natural England rewards regional farmers with prestigious new awards
  • 22.10.07: Top national award for North Lincolnshire regeneration partnership
  • 28.09.07: Lundy’s lobsters are on the move, reveals Natural England
  • 21.09.07: Globe trotting wading bird embarks on record breaking flight – via Yorkshire
  • 31.08.07: Time to step out and hit the trail
  • 31.08.07: Head for the Hills!
  • 14.08.07: Moors folk make their voices heard
  • 18.07.07: Yes in my back yard!
  • 08.06.07: Go wild and party with Natural England in Hull
  • 09.05.07: Organisations join forces to make the South Pennine Challenge a heart warming success
  • 03.05.07: Wildthings Around the Ings

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