The State of Nature in Oxfordshire 2017 report is the most comprehensive review of Oxfordshire’s Wildlife and giving vital baseline data.
- Over 60 species experts and over 40 environmental organisations
- Thousands of data sets and volunteer hours
- Sits alongside the national State of Nature report
The report highlights the natural jewels in Oxfordshire’s crown and considers what is currently being done, and what could be done better in future.
The report was led by Wild Oxfordshire, supported by RSPB, BBOWT, Oxfordshire County Council, CPRE, Environment Agency, Natural England, Oxfordshire County Counciland Banbury Ornithological Society.
Over 100 attended the launch of The State of Nature report at Blenheim in March 2017.
Visit our report page for free downloads of both the highlights and full report.