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“Nature reserves are becoming natural art installations,” he said. “It’s just like looking at your favourite Constable or Rothko.
We go there, muse over it, and feel good because we’ve seen a bittern or some avocets or orchids. But on the journey home there’s nothing – only wood pigeons and non-native pheasants and dead badgers on the side of the road.
“It’s catastrophic and that’s what we’ve forgotten – our generation is presiding over an ecological apocalypse and we’ve somehow or other normalised it.” chris packham
Springwatch presenter says Britain is increasingly ‘a green and unpleasant land’