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Helen Moore 28 Sept 2006
Helen Moore has been keeping an illustrated nature journal recounting her days living in the Somerset countryside. She's comparing her observations with those of Edith Holden's famous "Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady" published a hundred years ago. She says the comparison vividly illustrates how climate change and modern farming methods have seen a reduction in the number of native species.

Felicity Finch reports.
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