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“For the first time in a generation we have experienced a traditional year of weather and our wildlife has mostly responded favourably,” said Matthew Oates, the National Trust’s nature conservation advisor.
“A cold winter enabled wildlife to hibernate properly while a warm spring and early summer created ideal conditions for insects and led to bumper autumn berry crops in our orchards, woods and hedgerows,” Mr Oates said.
Originally posted by questcequecest
i cant remember were i heard it but once the bees start dying whatever is happening cant be reversed as in its gone global i could be talkin out my bum but im sure it was bees!
i like honey on my sandwichs too : (