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Wildlife Identification Charts

Over 60 titles in the series - from Butterflies to Woodland plants
Name Trails are particularly suitable for children.
Splash-proof and wipe clean for outdoor use
Small enough to take into the field - charts fold to B5 size
Clear colour illustrations, grouped to help you quickly make a positive identification
Text contains further identification notes, a key if appropriate, and further references to help you find out more.
From £3 each.

This resource is produced by
Field Studies Council
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