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05/04/2009

Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury head to the Lake District to mark the 60th anniversary of landmark legislation which created our national parks.

John Craven investigates why hundreds of seals are being shot by salmon farmers and speaks to the conservationists who say the shooting must stop.

Adam Henson is up against it as the lambs come thick and fast on his farm in the Cotswolds, and Katie Knapman discovers why the tiny Hebridean island of Harris could become Scotland's third national park.

Plus the family of otters which have made their home on the Somerset Levels.

55 minutes

Last on

Fri 10 Apr 2009 01:35

Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterJohn Craven
PresenterJulia Bradbury
PresenterAdam Henson
PresenterMatt Baker
PresenterKatie Knapman

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