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Seasons face 'climate change lottery'

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Despite being November, swallows are still flying around the south coast, wasps are still buzzing and poppies are still flowering.

Stephen Moss, author of Wild Hares and Humming Birds: The Natural History of an English Village, and Professor Tim Sparks, nature adviser to the Woodland Trust, discuss if we should celebrate or worry about this unsettlingly warm season.


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