Wildlife in Wales is at crisis point, according to a report published today. The State of Nature report, which has been compiled by organisations including the RSPB and wildlife trusts, found that over one in 10 of all the species assess are under threat of extinction.
The report states that the decline of species is due to loss of habitat, changing in farming, development, climate change and the impact of non-native species.
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