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TitlesOrder
Butterflies by E. B. Ford1
British Game by Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald2
London's Natural History by R.S.R. Fitter3
Britain's Structure and Scenery by Dudley Stamp4
Wild Flowers : botanising in Britain by John Gilmour5
Natural History in the Highlands and Islands by F. Fraser Darling6.1
The Highlands and Islands by F. Fraser Darling6.2
Mushrooms and toadstools by John Ramsbottom7
Insect Natural History by A. D. Imms8
A Country Parish by A.W. Boyd9
British Plant Life by William Bertram Turrill10
Mountains and moorlands by W. H. Pearsall11
The Sea Shore by C. M. Yonge12
Snowdonia by F. J. North13
The Art of Botanical Illustration by Wilfrid Blunt14
Life in Lakes and Rivers by T.T. Macan15
Wild flowers of chalk & limestone by J. E. Lousley16
Birds and Men by E. M. Nicholson17
A Natural History of Man in Britain by H. J. Fleure18
Wild Orchids of Britain by V. S. Summerhayes19
The British Amphibians & Reptiles by Malcolm Arthur Smith20
British Mammals by L. Harrison Matthews21
Climate and the British scene by Gordon Manley22
An Angler's Entomology by J. R. Harris23
Flowers of the coast by Ian Hepburn24
The sea coast by J. A. Steers25
The Weald by S. W. Wooldridge26
Dartmoor by L A Harvey27
Sea-birds by James Fisher28
World of the Honeybee by Colin G Butler29
Moths by E. B. Ford30
Man and the land by Dudley Stamp31
Trees, Woods and Man by Herbert L. Edlin32
Mountain Flowers by John Raven33
The open sea : its natural history: the world of plankton by Alister Hardy34
The open sea : its natural history [2-volume set] by Sir. Alister Clavering Hardyset 34, 37
The World of the Soil by E. John Russell35
Insect Migration by C.B. Williams36
The open sea : its natural history: Part II fish and fisheries by Alister Hardy37
The world of spiders by W. S. Bristowe38
The folklore of birds; an enquiry into the origin & distribution of some magico-religious traditions by Edward Allworthy Armstrong39
Bumblebees by John B. Free40
Dragonflies by Philip S. Corbet41
Fossils by H. H. Swinnerton42
Weeds and aliens by Edward Salisbury43
The Peak District by K.C. Edwards44
The Common Lands of England and Wales by W. G. Hoskins45
The Broads by E. A. Ellis46
Snowdonia National Park by William Condry47
Grass and Grasslands by Ian Moore48
Nature Conservation in Britain by Sir Dudley Stamp49
Pesticides and Pollution by Kenneth Mellanby50
Man and Birds by R.K. Murton51
Woodland Birds by Eric Simms52
The Lake District by W. H. Pearsall53
The Pollination of Flowers by Michael C. F. Proctor54
Finches by Ian Newton55
Pedigree: Words from Nature by Stephen Potter56
British Seals by H. R. Hewer57
Hedges by Ernest Pollard58
Ants by M. V. Brian59
British Birds of Prey by Leslie Brown60
Inheritance and Natural History by R. J. Berry61
British tits by Christopher Perrins62
British Thrushes by Eric Simms63
The Natural History of Shetland by R. J. Berry64
Waders by W. G. Hale65
The Natural History of Wales by William Condry66
Farming and Wild Life by Kenneth Mellanby67
Mammals in the British Isles by L. Harrison Matthews68
Reptiles and Amphibians in Britain by Deryk Frazer69
The Natural History of Orkney by R. J. Berry70
British Warblers by Eric Simms71
Heathlands by Nigel Webb72
The New Forest by Colin R. Tubbs73
Ferns by Christopher N. Page74
British Freshwater Fishes by Peter Maitland75
The Hebrides by J.Morton Boyd76
The soil by B.N.K. Davis77
Larks, Pipits and Wagtails by Eric Simms78
Caves and cave life by Philip Chapman79
Wild and Garden Plants by S. M. Walters80
Ladybirds by M.E.N. Majerus81
The New Naturalists by Peter Marren82
The Natural History of Pollination by Michael Proctor83
Ireland by David Cabot84
Plant Disease by David S. Ingram85
Lichens by Oliver Gilbert86
Amphibians and Reptiles by Trevor Beebee87
Loch Lomondside by John Mitchell88
The Broads : the people's wetland by Brian Moss89
Moths by Michael Majerus90
Nature Conservation by Peter Marren91
Lakeland by Derek Ratcliffe92
British Bats by John D. Altringham93
Seashore by Peter J. Hayward94
Northumberland by Angus Lunn95
Fungi by Brian Spooner96
Mosses and Liverworts by Ron Porley97
Bumblebees by Ted Benton98
Gower by Jonathan Mullard99
Woodlands by Oliver Rackham100
Galloway and the Borders by Derek Ratcliffe101
Garden Natural History by Stefan Buczacki102
The Isles of Scilly by Rosemary Parslow103
A History of Ornithology by Peter Bircham104
Wye Valley by George Peterken105
Dragonflies by Philip Corbet106
Grouse by Adam Watson107
Southern England: The Geology and Scenery of Lowland England by Peter Friend108
Islands by R. J. Berry109
Wildfowl by David Cabot110
Dartmoor by Ian Mercer111
Books and Naturalists by David Elliston Allen112
Bird Migration by Ian Newton113
Badger by Tim Roper114
Climate and Weather by John Kington115
Plant Pests by David V. Alford116
Plant Galls by Margaret Redfern117
Marches by Andrew Allott118
Scotland by Peter Friend119
Grasshoppers and Crickets by Ted Benton120
Partridges by G. R. Potts121
Vegetation of Britain and Ireland by Michael Proctor122
Terns by David Cabot123
Bird Populations by Ian Newton124
Owls by Mike Toms125
Brecon Beacons by Jonathan Mullard126
Nature in Towns and Cities by David Goode127
Lakes, Loughs and Lochs by Brian Moss128
Alien Plants by Clive A. Stace129
Yorkshire Dales by John Lee130
Shallow seas of Northwest Europe by Peter J. Hayward131
Falcons by Richard Sale132
Slugs and snails by Robert Cameron133
Early humans by Nick Ashton134
Farming and Birds by Ian Newton135

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Recommendations

  1. The Badger by Ernest G. Neal (1919)
  2. Art of the New Naturalists: A Complete History by Peter Marren (2009)
  3. Flora Britannica by Richard Mabey (1996)
  4. The Life of the Robin by David Lack (1953)
  5. The pocket guide to wild flowers by David McClintock (1956)
  6. British birds by F. B. Kirkman (1900)
  7. The History of the Countryside by Oliver Rackham (1986)
  8. Trees and Woodland in the British Landscape by Oliver Rackham (1976)
  9. Mountains and moorlands by Arnold Darlington (1978)
  10. Nature in Britain by W. J. Turner (1946)
  11. The birds of the British Isles : third series comprising their migration and habits ; and obervations on our rarer visitants with 68 accurately coloured illustrations by Archibald Thorburn and others by T.A. COWARD (1943)
  12. Plants and Habitats: An Introduction to Common Plants and Their Habitats in Britain and Ireland by Ben Averis (2013)
  13. British birds in their haunts by C. A. Johns (1909)
  14. Field Guide to the Bumblebees of Great Britain & Ireland by Mike Edwards (2004)
  15. Discovering Birds: The Emergence of Ornithology as a Scientific Discipline, 1760-1850 by Paul Lawrence Farber (1982)

Series description

The New Naturalist books are a series on aspects of the natural history of the British Isles. The series has been running since 1945, and reached its 100th title in 2006.
British Book Design and Production Awards 2007 - Winner for brand or series identity.

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How do series work?

To create a series or add a work to it, go to a "work" page. The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it.

Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia, disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series.

Tip: If the series has an order, add a number or other descriptor in parenthesis after the series title (eg., "Chronicles of Prydain (book 1)"). By default, it sorts by the number, or alphabetically if there is no number. If you want to force a particular order, use the | character to divide the number and the descriptor. So, "(0|prequel)" sorts by 0 under the label "prequel."

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Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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