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Fold-out charts

Full-colour laminated charts designed for use outside. Over 70 titles in the series. Clear colour illustrations help you make a positive identification quickly. Small enough to take into the field - charts fold to B5 size (approx. 24 x 18 cm). Splash-proof and wipe clean.

CHART OF THE MONTH DECEMBER 2016 Top 50 Garden Birds REDUCED TO £3.00

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Birds

Wetland birds

Owls and owl pellets

Top 50 garden birds

Birds of prey

Summer coastal birds

Mammals, reptiles, amphibians and fish

Reptiles and amphibians

Bats

Mammal tracks and signs

Keeping frog tadpoles

Freshwater fish

A guide to animals on Schedule 9 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act

Cetaceans and seals

Land mammals

Plants

Describing flowers

Sand dune plants

Moorland plants

Woodland plants

Saltmarsh plants

Tree name trail

Water plants

Fruits and seed dispersal

Grassland plants 1

Ferns

Grassland plants 2

Playing field plants

Gardening for primary schools

Orchids

Floodplain meadows

Grasses

Sphagnum mosses in bogs

Mosses and liverworts of towns and gardens

Mosses and liverworts of woodlands

Ancient woodland indicator plants

Foraging

Plant identification for Phase 1 habitat survey

Lichens, algae and fungi

Seaweeds

Fungi

Lichens on twigs

Churchyard lichens

Urban lichens 1 (on trees and wood)

Urban lichens 2 (on stone and soil)

Lichens of heaths and moors

Rocky shore lichens

Guide to using a lichen based index to nitrogen air quality

Invertebrates

Woodland name trail (mini beasts)

Freshwater name trail

Butterflies

Dragonflies and damselflies

Grasshoppers

Rocky shore name trail

Rocky shore name trail (fully encapsulated)

Caterpillars

Spiders

Bugs on bushes

The woodlouse name trail

Shieldbugs

Plant galls

Day-flying moths

Ladybirds

Bees

Hawkmoths

Harvestmen

Insects of the British Isles

Ladybird larvae

Seashells

Garden bugs and beasties

Habitats, regional and earth

Clouds

Exploring colour in the environment

Rocks

Minerals

Fossils

Features of the Pennine Way

Understanding Geography Fieldwork 1: Statistics for Geographers

Understanding Geography Fieldwork 2: The Central Business District

Features of the Shropshire Hills

Hedgerows

Understanding Geography Fieldwork 3: The River Environment

Night sky

Features of the South Downs Way

Seasons

Features of the Serpent Trail

Meres and Mosses

FSC cake chart

Chalk rivers

Wildlife of burial grounds

Guide to Shapwick Heath

Geographical investigations