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Panini WWF Nature in Danger


Panini WWF Nature in Danger

Year: 1987
Total stickers: 360


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Statistics:
collecting: 12 / completed: 31


Checklist

No.TitleSectionTypeNeedOfferNeed/Offer.
1Giant PandaNature in Danger-490.44
2Musk OxThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured190.11
3SeagullThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured370.43
4Polar BearThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured290.22
5ReindeerThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured290.22
6EagleThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured290.22
7Birch TreeThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured280.25
8OtterThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured380.38
9LynxThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured290.22
10CactusThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured260.33
11BeaverThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured441.00
12WhaleThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured480.50
13DolphinThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured340.75
14ChamoisThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured390.33
15LeopardThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured380.38
16PandaThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured270.29
17BambooThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured380.38
18Killer WhaleThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured2100.20
19OryxThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured450.80
20Tropical FishThe Natural Environments of the Northern Temperate Zonefigured270.29
21DolphinThe Natural Environments the Open Seafigured360.50
22AlbatrossThe Natural Environments the Open Seafigured2110.18
23Zooplankton and PhytoplanktonThe Natural Environments the Open Seafigured390.33
24FishThe Natural Environments the Open Seafigured370.43
25SquidThe Natural Environments the Open Seafigured270.29
26SharkThe Natural Environments the Open Seafigured470.57
27Fish from the DepthsThe Natural Environments the Open Seafigured270.29
28Royal AlbatrosFish and other animals of the Open Sea-280.25
29FishFish and other animals of the Open Sea-280.25
30JellyfishFish and other animals of the Open Sea-170.14
31DolphinFish and other animals of the Open Sea-180.13
32Sperm WhaleFish and other animals of the Open Sea-2120.17
33Pilot WhaleFish and other animals of the Open Sea-280.25
34SwordfishFish and other animals of the Open Sea-170.14
35BarracudaFish and other animals of the Open Sea-180.13
36Great White SharkFish and other animals of the Open Sea-380.38
37SeagullThe Natural Environments Coastsfigured350.60
38OctopusThe Natural Environments Coastsfigured180.13
39Moray EelThe Natural Environments Coastsfigured290.22
40CockleThe Natural Environments Coastsfigured1100.10
41ConchThe Natural Environments Coastsfigured280.25
42MurexThe Natural Environments Coastsfigured170.14
43WhelkThe Natural Environments Coastsfigured360.50
44Audouin's GullAnimals and Plants of the Coast-2100.20
45CrawfishAnimals and Plants of the Coast-280.25
46ShagAnimals and Plants of the Coast-370.43
47BlennyAnimals and Plants of the Coast-270.29
48Moray EelAnimals and Plants of the Coast-1110.09
49Stone BassAnimals and Plants of the Coast-270.29
50StarfishAnimals and Plants of the Coast-290.22
51Mediterranean Sea GrassAnimals and Plants of the Coast-180.13
52CoralAnimals and Plants of the Coast-2100.20
53Netting TunaFishing: Learning to use Renewable Resources-1110.09
54Netting TunaFishing: Learning to use Renewable Resources-180.13
55TrawlingFishing: Learning to use Renewable Resources-3120.25
56Back from FishingFishing: Learning to use Renewable Resources-2100.20
57Pilot Whale HuntingFishing: Learning to use Renewable Resources-590.56
58WhalingFishing: Learning to use Renewable Resources-180.13
59Underwater FishingFishing: Learning to use Renewable Resources-1110.09
60Oil Pollution
1
The Sea: An Enormous Rubbish Dump?-290.22
61Oil Pollution
2
The Sea: An Enormous Rubbish Dump?-290.22
62Ecological Disaster Strikes
1
The Sea: An Enormous Rubbish Dump?-2100.20
63Ecological Disaster Strikes
2
The Sea: An Enormous Rubbish Dump?-170.14
64Coastline DevelopmentThe Sea: An Enormous Rubbish Dump?-390.33
65The Rubbish InvasionThe Sea: An Enormous Rubbish Dump?-290.22
66EutrophicationThe Sea: An Enormous Rubbish Dump?-190.11
67Treatment of Waste
1
Protecting the Ecological Balance of the Sea-470.57
68Treatment of Waste
2
Protecting the Ecological Balance of the Sea-2100.20
69Marine ReservesProtecting the Ecological Balance of the Sea-2130.15
70Entering a Marine Reserve
1
Protecting the Ecological Balance of the Sea-290.22
71Entering a Marine Reserve
2
Protecting the Ecological Balance of the Sea-3100.30
72Submerged Artificial Reefs
1
Protecting the Ecological Balance of the Sea-180.13
73Submerged Artificial Reefs
2
Protecting the Ecological Balance of the Sea-190.11
74The sun has scarcely risen on little beach - this is the best time to watch the seabirds feedingNature Study Notebook at the Seaside. Reading the sand-170.14
75Many footprints made by birds can be seen on the damp sandNature Study Notebook at the Seaside. Reading the sand-2110.18
76A curious pile of sand ''spaghetti'' tells us that there are lugworms aroundNature Study Notebook at the Seaside. Reading the sand-1100.10
77Collecting shells on the beachNature Study Notebook at the Seaside. Shells on parade-280.25
78Cleaning the shellsNature Study Notebook at the Seaside. Shells on parade-190.11
79Identifying the shellsNature Study Notebook at the Seaside. Shells on parade-270.29
80The collection on displayNature Study Notebook at the Seaside. Shells on parade-380.38
81DragonflyThe Natural Environments Lakes and Pondsfigured390.33
82OspreyThe Natural Environments Lakes and Pondsfigured190.11
83TerrapinThe Natural Environments Lakes and Pondsfigured2120.17
84Pair of Tufted DucksThe Natural Environments Lakes and Pondsfigured260.33
85FrogThe Natural Environments Lakes and Pondsfigured270.29
86Water FleaThe Natural Environments Lakes and Pondsfigured2110.18
87PerchThe Natural Environments Lakes and Pondsfigured1110.09
88OspreyThe classification of the species. How many species are there?-380.38
89Emperor DragonflyThe classification of the species. How many species are there?-390.33
90Water LilyThe classification of the species. How many species are there?figured380.38
91Yellow-bellied ToadThe classification of the species. How many species are there?figured2110.18
92Grass SnakeThe classification of the species. How many species are there?figured3120.25
93TerrapinThe classification of the species. Surprises under the canopy-360.50
94CarpThe classification of the species. Surprises under the canopy-190.11
95Greylag gooseOne species becomes dominant-460.67
96PerchOne species becomes dominant-190.11
97TroutThe Natural Environments Rivers and Streamsfigured170.14
98DipperThe Natural Environments Rivers and Streamsfigured1100.10
99CrayfishThe Natural Environments Rivers and Streamsfigured290.22
100Little Ringer PloverThe Natural Environments Rivers and Streamsfigured270.29
101ChubThe Natural Environments Rivers and Streamsfigured380.38
102Reed MaceThe Natural Environments Rivers and Streamsfigured390.33
103PikeThe Natural Environments Rivers and Streamsfigured1130.08
104Rainbow TroutAnimals of the Rivers and Streams-380.38
105TenchAnimals of the Rivers and Streams-490.44
106EelAnimals of the Rivers and Streams-2100.20
107Reed WarblerAnimals of the Rivers and Streams-2110.18
108DipperAnimals of the Rivers and Streams-290.22
109Penduline TitAnimals of the Rivers and Streams-1100.10
110OtterAnimals of the Rivers and Streams-270.29
111SturgeonAnimals of the Rivers and Streams-360.50
112BeaverAnimals of the Rivers and Streams-270.29
113Greylag gooseThe Natural Environments Wertlandsfigured350.60
114KingfisherThe Natural Environments Wertlandsfigured1110.09
115Grey HeronThe Natural Environments Wertlandsfigured260.33
116BitternThe Natural Environments Wertlandsfigured280.25
117Yellow IrisThe Natural Environments Wertlandsfigured360.50
118PorcupineThe Natural Environments Wertlandsfigured260.33
119MallardAnimals and Plants of the Wetlands-260.33
120KingfisherAnimals and Plants of the Wetlands-360.50
121AvocetAnimals and Plants of the Wetlands-3100.30
122Greater FlamingoAnimals and Plants of the Wetlands-3100.30
123LapwingAnimals and Plants of the Wetlands-190.11
124Common TernAnimals and Plants of the Wetlands-160.17
125Yellow IrisAnimals and Plants of the Wetlands-2100.20
126CockleAnimals and Plants of the Wetlands-290.22
127GlasswortAnimals and Plants of the Wetlands-1100.10
128Water Pollution
1
How Aquatic Environments are Damaged and Destroyed-160.17
129Water Pollution
2
How Aquatic Environments are Damaged and Destroyed-390.33
130Dams
1
How Aquatic Environments are Damaged and Destroyed-1100.10
131Dams
2
How Aquatic Environments are Damaged and Destroyed-380.38
132Hunting in the MarshesHow Aquatic Environments are Damaged and Destroyed-250.40
133Fish KillsHow Aquatic Environments are Damaged and Destroyed-370.43
134Destruction of river banksHow Aquatic Environments are Damaged and Destroyed-290.22
135Decontaminating a lake
1
Inlands Waters: Protecting lakes, rivers and marshes-190.11
136Decontaminating a lake
2
Inlands Waters: Protecting lakes, rivers and marshes-280.25
137FishingInlands Waters: Protecting lakes, rivers and marshes-190.11
138Protected river and lakeInlands Waters: Protecting lakes, rivers and marshes-160.17
139Fish Repopulation
1
Inlands Waters: Protecting lakes, rivers and marshes-270.29
140Fish Repopulation
2
Inlands Waters: Protecting lakes, rivers and marshes-480.50
141Wildlife StudiesInlands Waters: Protecting lakes, rivers and marshes-560.83
142In the shallow water at the edge of the lake you can easily collect a few tadpolesNature study Notebook at the Lake. Life cycle of tadpoles-160.17
143You can watch the tadpoles developing in a transparent tankNature study Notebook at the Lake. Life cycle of tadpoles-170.14
144When their back legs begin to appear, the tadpoles must be returned to their natural habitatNature study Notebook at the Lake. Life cycle of tadpoles-180.13
145The glass tankNature study Notebook at the Lake. The miniature aquarium-380.38
146The gravel bottomNature study Notebook at the Lake. The miniature aquarium-280.25
147The water plantsNature study Notebook at the Lake. The miniature aquarium-270.29
148The completed aquariumNature study Notebook at the Lake. The miniature aquarium-1100.10
149The Peak. Golden EagleThe Natural Environments Mountainsfigured160.17
150Alpine Meadows. IbexThe Natural Environments Mountainsfigured190.11
151Conferous Forests. BeechThe Natural Environments Mountainsfigured290.22
152Fir TreeThe Natural Environments Mountainsfigured290.22
153EdelweissThe Natural Environments Mountainsfigured180.13
154Alpine gentianThe Natural Environments Mountainsfigured280.25
155RhododendronThe Natural Environments Mountainsfigured180.13
156Alpine anemoneThe Natural Environments Mountainsfigured280.25
157PtarmiganAnimals of the Mountains-180.13
158Golden EagleAnimals of the Mountains-1100.10
159Alpine ChoughAnimals of the Mountains-290.22
160Alpine SalamanderAnimals of the Mountains-270.29
161Common frogAnimals of the Mountains-380.38
162AdderAnimals of the Mountains-190.11
163StoatAnimals of the Mountains-380.38
164Apollo ButterflyAnimals of the Mountains-260.33
165MarmotAnimals of the Mountains-180.13
166Quarrying
1
The destruction of Mountains: roads, quarries and tourist development-150.20
167Quarrying
2
The destruction of Mountains: roads, quarries and tourist development-290.22
168PoachingThe destruction of Mountains: roads, quarries and tourist development-160.17
169Heli-SkiThe destruction of Mountains: roads, quarries and tourist development-470.57
170MotocrossThe destruction of Mountains: roads, quarries and tourist development-360.50
171Destructive tourism
1
The destruction of Mountains: roads, quarries and tourist development-3130.23
172Destructive tourism
2
The destruction of Mountains: roads, quarries and tourist development-180.13
173National parks
1
Parks and nature reserves to protect the Mountains-260.33
174National parks
2
Parks and nature reserves to protect the Mountains-280.25
175HikingParks and nature reserves to protect the Mountains-2100.20
176Cross-country skiingParks and nature reserves to protect the Mountains-290.22
177Protection of the wildlife
1
Parks and nature reserves to protect the Mountains-1110.09
178Protection of the wildlife
2
Parks and nature reserves to protect the Mountains-270.29
179Protection of the wildlife
3
Parks and nature reserves to protect the Mountains-270.29
180Planting the seed in the potNature study notebook at the Mountain. How to grow a tree-280.25
181Making a mini-greenhousNature study notebook at the Mountain. How to grow a tree-1100.10
182the growing shootNature study notebook at the Mountain. How to grow a tree-260.33
183Transplanting into the groundNature study notebook at the Mountain. How to grow a tree-1100.10
184Souvenir of a walk in the mountains or the countrysideNature study notebook at the Mountain. Making dried-leaf pictures-280.25
185These must be dried by putting them between two sheets of blotting paperNature study notebook at the Mountain. Making dried-leaf pictures-1100.10
186The dried leaves can then be stuck onto thin sheets of cardboardNature study notebook at the Mountain. Making dried-leaf pictures-1110.09
187GoshawkThe Natural Environments Coniferous Forestsfigured470.57
188CapercaillieThe Natural Environments Coniferous Forestsfigured370.43
189Tree CreeperThe Natural Environments Coniferous Forestsfigured170.14
190CrossbillThe Natural Environments Coniferous Forestsfigured180.13
191Fallow DeerThe Natural Environments Coniferous Forestsfigured1100.10
192FernThe Natural Environments Coniferous Forestsfigured1110.09
193ToadstoolsThe Natural Environments Coniferous Forestsfigured190.11
194GoshawkAnimals and plants of the Coniferous Forests-370.43
195CapercaillieAnimals and plants of the Coniferous Forests-1120.08
196NutcrackerAnimals and plants of the Coniferous Forestsfigured3100.30
197LynxAnimals and plants of the Coniferous Forestsfigured270.29
198Crested TitAnimals and plants of the Coniferous Forests-1110.09
199Edible DormouseAnimals and plants of the Coniferous Forests-160.17
200LarchAnimals and plants of the Coniferous Forests-290.22
201BilberryAnimals and plants of the Coniferous Forests-390.33
202Spruce and FirAnimals and plants of the Coniferous Forests-180.13
203Spotted WoodpeckerThe Natural Environments Broadleaved Woodlandsfigured180.13
204Little OwlThe Natural Environments Broadleaved Woodlandsfigured1100.10
205JayThe Natural Environments Broadleaved Woodlandsfigured290.22
206Field MouseThe Natural Environments Broadleaved Woodlandsfigured1120.08
207SquirrelThe Natural Environments Broadleaved Woodlandsfigured260.33
208ShrewThe Natural Environments Broadleaved Woodlandsfigured2100.20
209FungusThe Natural Environments Broadleaved Woodlandsfigured180.13
210BadgerAnimals and plants of the Broadleaved Woodlands-390.33
211Fire SalamanderAnimals and plants of the Broadleaved Woodlands-180.13
212Pine MartenAnimals and plants of the Broadleaved Woodlands-290.22
213Cork OakAnimals and plants of the Broadleaved Woodlands-290.22
214StrawberryAnimals and plants of the Broadleaved Woodlands-170.14
215AnemoneAnimals and plants of the Broadleaved Woodlands-180.13
216Tawny OwlAnimals and plants of the Broadleaved Woodlands-470.57
217WoodcockAnimals and plants of the Broadleaved Woodlands-190.11
218Wood PigeonAnimals and plants of the Broadleaved Woodlands-450.80
219Holm OakThe Natural Environments Mediterranean Forestsfigured1110.09
220Stone PineThe Natural Environments Mediterranean Forestsfigured190.11
221CypressThe Natural Environments Mediterranean Forestsfigured260.33
222TameriskThe Natural Environments Mediterranean Forestsfigured2100.20
223Holm OakThe Natural Environments Mediterranean Forestsfigured2120.17
224Stone PineThe Natural Environments Mediterranean Forestsfigured390.33
225CypressThe Natural Environments Mediterranean Forestsfigured190.11
226TameriskThe Natural Environments Mediterranean Forestsfigured190.11
227Two-tailed pasha butterflyAnimals and plants of the Mediterranean Forests-380.38
228Short-toed EagleAnimals and plants of the Mediterranean Forests-180.13
229Four-lined SnakeAnimals and plants of the Mediterranean Forests-2120.17
230Oyster CatcherAnimals and plants of the Mediterranean Forests-1100.10
231Wild BoarAnimals and plants of the Mediterranean Forests-160.17
232RollerAnimals and plants of the Mediterranean Forests-480.50
233Rock-roseAnimals and plants of the Mediterranean Forests-3110.27
234BroomAnimals and plants of the Mediterranean Forests-2120.17
235Bee OrchidAnimals and plants of the Mediterranean Forests-270.29
236WaspsIn the World of a Treefigured180.13
237Mistle ThrushIn the World of a Treefigured441.00
238Red Admiral butterflyIn the World of a Treefigured380.38
239Hedgehog and an AdderIn the World of a Treefigured1110.09
240BlistersIn the World of a Treefigured270.29
241Snout BeetleIn the World of a Treefigured180.13
242Stag BeetleIn the World of a Treefigured380.38
243Forest fires
1
The disappearance of forests: an irreversible loss for manking-260.33
244Forest fires
2
The disappearance of forests: an irreversible loss for manking-170.14
245Acid rain
1
The disappearance of forests: an irreversible loss for manking-380.38
246Acid rain
2
The disappearance of forests: an irreversible loss for manking-170.14
247Can wildlife adapt?The disappearance of forests: an irreversible loss for manking-2100.20
248RubbishThe disappearance of forests: an irreversible loss for manking-390.33
249DeforestationThe disappearance of forests: an irreversible loss for manking-280.25
250Aerial Fire-fighting
1
Protecting woods, scrublands and forests: a great resource for mankind-190.11
251Aerial Fire-fighting
2
Protecting woods, scrublands and forests: a great resource for mankind-270.29
252Replanting
1
Protecting woods, scrublands and forests: a great resource for mankind-280.25
253Replanting
2
Protecting woods, scrublands and forests: a great resource for mankind-270.29
254Nature reserves to protect the woods
1
Protecting woods, scrublands and forests: a great resource for mankind-2100.20
255Nature reserves to protect the woods
2
Protecting woods, scrublands and forests: a great resource for mankind-360.50
256Protecting the Alpine FloraProtecting woods, scrublands and forests: a great resource for mankind-270.29
257The most cunning fox cannot avoid leaving his footprints in the mudNature study notebook in the Woods. Look out for footprints!-360.50
258The hedgehog's tiny prints, which are like little handsNature study notebook in the Woods. Look out for footprints!-180.13
259The footprints of the pheasantNature study notebook in the Woods. Look out for footprints!-390.33
260Ironing the leavesNature study notebook in the Woods. Making models of fossils-480.50
261Brushing them with oilNature study notebook in the Woods. Making models of fossils-180.13
262Pouring in the liquid plasterNature study notebook in the Woods. Making models of fossils-1100.10
263The model fossil is readyNature study notebook in the Woods. Making models of fossils-270.29
264GyrfalconOn the edge of the temperate zone Tundrafigured2110.18
265Eider DuckOn the edge of the temperate zone Tundrafigured3100.30
266Arctic FoxOn the edge of the temperate zone Tundrafigured260.33
267LemmingOn the edge of the temperate zone Tundrafigured1110.09
268Dwarf BirchOn the edge of the temperate zone Tundrafigured270.29
269Twin flowerOn the edge of the temperate zone Tundrafigured480.50
270LichensOn the edge of the temperate zone Tundrafigured190.11
271MosquitoOn the edge of the temperate zone Tundrafigured1100.10
272Arctic FoxAnimals and plants of the Tundra-380.38
273ReindeerAnimals and plants of the Tundra-190.11
274Polar BearAnimals and plants of the Tundrafigured280.25
275CaribouAnimals and plants of the Tundra-250.40
276ElkAnimals and plants of the Tundra-180.13
277Musk OxAnimals and plants of the Tundra-290.22
278Riough-legged BuzzardAnimals and plants of the Tundra-170.14
279LichenAnimals and plants of the Tundra-260.33
280Red-necked phalaropeAnimals and plants of the Tundra-180.13
281Lanner FalconOn the edge of the temperate zone Desertsfigured180.13
282Desert LizardOn the edge of the temperate zone Desertsfigured280.25
283Dorcas's GazelleOn the edge of the temperate zone Desertsfigured1110.09
284Pallas sand grouseOn the edge of the temperate zone Desertsfigured260.33
285Fennec FoxOn the edge of the temperate zone Desertsfigured2110.18
286Sand ViperOn the edge of the temperate zone Desertsfigured280.25
287DromedaryAnimals and plants of the Desert-3120.25
288Fennec FoxAnimals and plants of the Desert-2100.20
289Barbary SheepAnimals and plants of the Desert-1100.10
290Sand BoaAnimals and plants of the Desert-260.33
291ScorpionAnimals and plants of the Desert-1100.10
292American Black VultureAnimals and plants of the Desert-1100.10
293Cactus flowerAnimals and plants of the Desert-280.25
294Welwitschia MirabilisAnimals and plants of the Desert-380.38
295YuccaAnimals and plants of the Desert-180.13
296Weed-killersMan-made environments Farmed and Cultivated Countrysidefigured250.40
297Pesticides and InsecticidesMan-made environments Farmed and Cultivated Countrysidefigured570.71
298Dung BeetleMan-made environments Farmed and Cultivated Countrysidefigured160.17
299BacteriaMan-made environments Farmed and Cultivated Countrysidefigured280.25
300EarthwormMan-made environments Farmed and Cultivated Countrysidefigured1110.09
301CockchaferMan-made environments Farmed and Cultivated Countrysidefigured280.25
302Swallowtail ButterflyAnimals and plants of the farmed and Cultivated Countryside-290.22
303Field CricketAnimals and plants of the farmed and Cultivated Countryside-290.22
304CrickedAnimals and plants of the farmed and Cultivated Countryside-1100.10
305PheasantAnimals and plants of the farmed and Cultivated Countryside-280.25
306HareAnimals and plants of the farmed and Cultivated Countryside-3110.27
307SparrowAnimals and plants of the farmed and Cultivated Countryside-1100.10
308PoppyAnimals and plants of the farmed and Cultivated Countryside-380.38
309SheepAnimals and plants of the farmed and Cultivated Countryside-1110.09
310VineyardsAnimals and plants of the farmed and Cultivated Countryside-290.22
311Useful InsectsIn search of the right balance with nature Organic Agriculture-290.22
312Breeding Useful InsectsIn search of the right balance with nature Organic Agriculture-270.29
313Capsules ready for …In search of the right balance with nature Organic Agriculture-2110.18
314… dispersionIn search of the right balance with nature Organic Agriculture-180.13
315Bees: valuable researchers …In search of the right balance with nature Organic Agriculture-2100.20
316… into the state of the environmentIn search of the right balance with nature Organic Agriculture-370.43
317Traps and misleading signalsIn search of the right balance with nature Organic Agriculture-190.11
318A light-coloured umbrella and a stick are the equipment needed to temporarily capture insectsNature study notebook in the Countryside. Nature Gallery-380.38
319By using a magnifying glass, you can carry out observationsNature study notebook in the Countryside. Nature Gallery-290.22
320Before setting your tiny guests free, let them wander in front of the lens of your cameraNature study notebook in the Countryside. Nature Gallery-3100.30
321Preparing the structureNature study notebook in the Countryside. The earthworm's world-280.25
322Introducing the earthwormsNature study notebook in the Countryside. The earthworm's world-1110.09
323The worms in actionNature study notebook in the Countryside. The earthworm's world-280.25
324Observation and studyNature study notebook in the Countryside. The earthworm's world-390.33
325The town squareMan-made environments Towns and Citiesfigured180.13
326The modern cityMan-made environments Towns and Citiesfigured270.29
327Urban transportMan-made environments Towns and Citiesfigured1100.10
328City trafficMan-made environments Towns and Cities-470.57
329The energy-devouring cityMan-made environments Towns and Cities-4100.40
330The invasion of rubbishMan-made environments Towns and Cities-1110.09
331KestrelAnimals of the Towns and Cities-190.11
332JackdawAnimals of the Towns and Cities-270.29
333House MartinAnimals of the Towns and Cities-170.14
334LizardAnimals of the Towns and Cities-170.14
335Feral PigeonAnimals of the Towns and Cities-280.25
336BatAnimals of the Towns and Cities-360.50
337DogAnimals of the Towns and Cities-1110.09
338RatAnimals of the Towns and Cities-290.22
339CatAnimals of the Towns and Cities-280.25
340The entrance holeNature study notebook in the Town. Building a nesting box-3100.30
341Cutting the woodNature study notebook in the Town. Building a nesting box-180.13
342The finished nestNature study notebook in the Town. Building a nesting box-1100.10
343The lodgers arriveNature study notebook in the Town. Building a nesting box-370.43
344Winter the birds left in our towns have trouble finding foodNature study notebook in the Town. Building a nesting box-2100.20
345A net containing scraps or nuts attached to a tree trunkNature study notebook in the Town. Building a nesting box-280.25
346You could even impregnate an old scrubbing brush with lard or other fats and hangNature study notebook in the Town. Building a nesting box-2100.20
347Nuclear Power Stations
1
Man-made environments the limits of Industrial Development-290.22
348Nuclear Power Stations
2
Man-made environments the limits of Industrial Development-2120.17
349Nuclear Power Stations
3
Man-made environments the limits of Industrial Development-180.13
350Industrial pollution
1
Man-made environments the limits of Industrial Development-180.13
351Industrial pollution
2
Man-made environments the limits of Industrial Development-4100.40
352Industrial pollution
3
Man-made environments the limits of Industrial Development-350.60
353Industrial pollution
4
Man-made environments the limits of Industrial Development-260.33
354Geothermal Power Station
1
Sun, Wind and the Earth's own heat: Alternative Sources of Energy-290.22
355Geothermal Power Station
2
Sun, Wind and the Earth's own heat: Alternative Sources of Energy-370.43
356Hydraulic wind pumpSun, Wind and the Earth's own heat: Alternative Sources of Energy-190.11
357Electricity from the windSun, Wind and the Earth's own heat: Alternative Sources of Energy-1100.10
358Solar furnaceSun, Wind and the Earth's own heat: Alternative Sources of Energy-180.13
359Solar Electricity Power Stations
1
Sun, Wind and the Earth's own heat: Alternative Sources of Energy-380.38
360Solar Electricity Power Stations
2
Sun, Wind and the Earth's own heat: Alternative Sources of Energy-280.25
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