School Nature Study

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School Nature Study


A Field Guide to Ferns

Ferns of the Southeastern States . Lancaster , Pa . ... Welsh Ferns . Cardiff : National Museum of Wales , 1948 . Hylander , Nils . Nordisk Karlvaxtflora . Uppsala : Almqvist and Wiksell , 1953 . ... Wayside and Woodland Ferns .

A Field Guide to Ferns

A handbook of ferns and their related families in the North American continent based on visual identification

The Fern Lover s Companion

Amply illustrated, reliable. STEP, EDWARD. Wayside and Woodland Ferns. F. Warne & Co. London, 1908. TIDESTROM, IVAR. Elysium Marianum. Washington, D.C. UNDERWOOD, LUCIEN M. Our Native Ferns and Their Allies. Henry Holt & Co. Edition 6.

The Fern Lover   s Companion

Reproduction of the original: The Fern Lover ́s Companion by George Henry Tilton

The Fern Lover s Companion

How Ferns Grow. Henry Holt & Co. New York. 1906. Out of print. SMALL, JOHN K. Ferns of Tropical Florida. New York, 1918. SMITH, JOHN. Historia Filicum. London, 1875. Amply illustrated, reliable. STEP, EDWARD. Wayside and Woodland Ferns.

The Fern Lover s Companion

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WAYSIDE WOODLAND FERNS A PCK

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WAYSIDE   WOODLAND FERNS A PCK

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Four to Fourteen

... Plants and Fishes 177 True Tales of Sail and Steam 128 Trumpet and the Swan, The 304 Trumpets in the West 285, ... The 76 Wayside and Woodland Blossoms 161 Wayside and Woodland Ferns 161 Wayside and Woodland Trees 161 We couldn't ...

Four to Fourteen

First published in 1956, this book contains a list of children's books suitable for children from infancy until the early teens.

Dictionary Of British And Irish Botantists And Horticulturalists Including plant collectors flower painters and garden designers

Wayside and Woodland Blossoms 1896–97. Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse 1895–97. Romance of Wild Flowers 1899. Wayside and Woodland Trees 1904. Wild Flowers Month by Month 1905. Wayside and Woodland Ferns 1908.

Dictionary Of British And Irish Botantists And Horticulturalists Including plant collectors  flower painters and garden designers

An exhaustive treatment of all British and Irish botanists through 1976.

A Handbook of Classification and Cataloguing

E.g. FERNS. 587 STEP, Edward. Wayside and woodland ferns. Warne, 1908. Illus. (Wayside and woodland series) The basis of the Dictionary catalogue is the rule of specific entry. “The life of the bee,” by Maeterlinck, has the heading BEES ...

A Handbook of Classification and Cataloguing

This book, first published in 1939, deals with the elements of classification and cataloguing from the school library point of view. The Dewey, Cheltenham and Bliss schemes are fully examined and there is a chapter on the practical application of classification in the library. There are simplified rules for Author and Title catalogues, while the different kinds of subject catalogues are compared, and instructions given for their compilation. Many practical examples of cataloguing entries are shown.

Library Manuals

E.g. FERNS . STEP , Edward . 587 Wayside and woodland ferns . Warne , 1908. Illus . ( Wayside and woodland series ) The basis of the Dictionary catalogue is the rule of specific entry . " The life of the bee , " by Maeterlinck , has the ...

Library Manuals

This set, comprising out-of-print titles from The Library Association Series of Library Manuals and The Practical Library Handbooks, is a key guide to the early modernisation of librarianship. Systems set up then are still in use today, giving the books practical use today, as well as providing a valuable historical analysis of the discipline.

Mixed Media Nature Journals

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Mixed Media Nature Journals


Plants and Animals

Coward, T. A. Life of the Wayside and Woodland. 2 vols. Daylish, E. Titch. Name this Bird. Duncan, F. Martin. Cassell's Natural History. Ees, Richard South. Moths of the British Isles. 2 vols. Foster, Sir M. and Shore, L. F. Physiology ...

Plants and Animals

Originally published in 1937, this book contains the biology sections from the earlier publication Elementary Science. The topics covered include plant reproduction, insects and vertebrate animals, as well as the theory of evolution and the importance of hygiene. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the history of education and the teaching of science.

The Journal of Education

6d . net Wayside and Woodland Ferns 7s . 6d . net Animal Life of the British Isles 7s , 6d . net By RICHARD SOUTH , F.E.S. The Butterflies of the British Isles .. 7s . 6d . net The Moths of the British Isles ( Series I and II ) each 10s ...

The Journal of Education


A New Course of Plants and Animals

Wayside and Woodland Blossoms. Series I, II and III. THOMPSON, H. S. How to collect and dry Flowering Plants. TINN, FRANK. Eggs and Nests of British Birds. WATTS, W. M. A School Flora. PUFFIN BOOKS: Animals of the Countryside.

A New Course of Plants and Animals

Originally published in 1956, this book was written to provide biology students with a guide to the study of nature during the first three years of grammar school, so that they could develop a sound understanding of the area prior to the beginning of their preparation for the G.C.E. examinations. Designed to be used with living specimens at hand, the text is based around the study of plants and animals found in familiar and accessible habitats. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the teaching of biology and the history of education.

The Pattern of Animal Communities

Wayside and woodland ferns ..., London & New York. STOTT, F. c. 1936. The marine foods of birds in an inland fjord region in West Spitsbergen. Part I. Plankton and in shore benthos', J. Anim. Ecol. 5: 356-69. STROYAN, H. G. L. 1955.

The Pattern of Animal Communities

THE ECOLOGICAL SURVEY on which this book is based began to be planned in 1942, and since 1945 has been mainly centred upon Oxford University's estate at Wytham Woods, where a rich series of habitats from open ground and limestone to woodland with many springs and marshes interspersed occupies a hill set in riverine surroundings. Here biological research workers from the University have accumulated a considerable body of knowledge, some of which I have arranged in a general setting that allows one to comprehend some of the inter-related parts of the whole system. It is also intended to provide a framework for understanding animal communities elsewhere. The ecological inquirer is, more than most scien tific people, apt to fmd himself lost in a large labyrinth of interrelations and variables. The dictionary defmes a labyrinth as 'an intricate structure of inter communicating passages, through which it is difficult to fmd one's way without a clue'. This could equally be a figurative description of plant and animal communi ties. The present book seeks to provide a plan of construction of the labyrinth and a few new clues that may help the inquirer to know where he is on the gene ral ecological map. In presenting this blue-print of animal communities I have avoided giving long lists of species such as the botanist, with his smaller kingdom, can handle fairly well.

General Catalogue of Printed Books

General Catalogue of Printed Books


The Peregrine Falcon

Others are amongst such familiar wayside and woodland plants as bluebell, red campion, great woodrush and sorrel, which often flourish on seacliffs. Eyrie ledges from which successions of broods have fledged have often become almost ...

The Peregrine Falcon

The first edition of The Peregrine Falcon was widely recognised as a classic of its kind, documenting not only the species' biology but also the sad tale of its decline due to the impact of pesticides. This extensively revised and enlarged second edition takes full account of important new developments in the story of this bird during the intervening 12 years. It reports one of the few notable successes in wildlife conservation: the full restoration of British and Irish Peregrine populations, and their appreciable recovery in other countries where numbers had also been greatly reduced by the impact of organochlorine pesticides. The pattern of increase in Britain has been extremely varied, from districts where numbers are now far higher than at any time in recorded history, to others where the bird is now at its lowest ebb. The examination of the reasons for these differences helps us to understand the most recent developments in the Peregrine saga. Particular attention has been paid to the recent major advances in our knowledge of Peregrine biology, such as its movements, population turnover, food and nesting habits. Many of the tables and figures have been revised and brought up to date so that this volume, like its predecessor, is once again by far the most detailed and readable reference on this most evocative of birds. Donald Watson's colour paintings, monochrome washes and line drawings, and the original photographs, illustrate the book as before. Cover illustration by Donald Watson

Books for Young People

Wayside and woodland ferns : a guide to the British ferns , horsetails and club - mosses ; revised by A. Bruce Jackson . 144 PP . , illus . 1949 . Warne , 12/6 . ( Wayside and Woodland series . ) ( 587 ) First published 1945.

Books for Young People