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What we do for wildlife

Explains how the council works with others on wildlife issues.

How does the council work with others on biodiversity issues?

Partnership working is an essential part of conserving wildlife, which does not recognise the administrative boundaries that we set, such as those of the council area.

For example, the Wolds and the River Derwent stretch across the boundaries of the East Riding into North Yorkshire, therefore we work with a range of partners within these areas to conserve and enhance wildlife.

Read more about how we work in partnership on biodiversity issues

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