‘Apocalyptic’ summer for wildlife

Press Association: This year's bad weather has proved "almost apocalyptic" for much of the UK's wildlife, the National Trust warned on Monday. Many birds, bats, butterflies, bees, amphibians and wildflowers have been struggling in the cold wet conditions and the trust warns that the outlook for some species next year is bleak. There have been some wildlife winners from the wettest April to June on record and the second dullest June ever recorded, but they are hardly Britain's most loved species, with slugs and......

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