'Haywire' seasons lead to freak year for nature, says National Trust

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'Haywire' seasons lead to freak year for nature, says National Trust

Warmer weather has been good for some of the UK's flora and fauna, while others have suffered or almost disappeared completely

"Haywire" seasons caused by global warming are having a worrying effect on flora and fauna, a leading conservation charity has warned. In its annual wildlife and weather review, the National Trust said...

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