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Publication Troff document Coming home to roost!
A story in the "Our Natural Europe" series
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Publication Nets, nature and national parks
A story in the "Our Natural Europe" series
Located in Publications
Publication D source code Wolf, bird and bread!
A story in the "Our Natural Europe" series
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Folder Troff document Coming home to roost!
It's early September and we are driving south from the Romanian city of Timişoara to try to catch a glimpse of the red-footed falcon (Falco verpertinus). If we are lucky, we hope to see one or two before night-fall.
Located in The Environmental Atlas Our Natural Europe
Folder Nets, nature and national parks
There may no longer be cod to fish in the Koster Sea but Evert Taube would be pleased to see that local people are working together to protect and enhance this area through the creation of a new national park. As a result, both locals and visitors can continue to enjoy much of the nature.
Located in The Environmental Atlas Our Natural Europe
Folder D source code Wolf, bird and bread!
Eyüp Yüksel was relaxing in Ankara on a warm autumn day in 2000, drinking tea from a traditional glass cup, when he heard the news that Tuz Gölü — Lake Tuz or Salt Lake — had been declared a protected area. As one of the staff of the Turkish Environmental Protection Agency for Special Areas (EPASA) he had been waiting and hoping for this decision but he was still excited to hear the announcement and concerned enough to wonder 'How can we manage such a big area?'
Located in The Environmental Atlas Our Natural Europe
Folder Story
Located in The Environmental Atlas Our Natural Europe Coming home to roost!
Folder Story
Located in The Environmental Atlas Our Natural Europe Nets, nature and national parks
Publication D source code Web of knowledge, web of life, web of wonder
A story in the "Our Natural Europe" series
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Publication D source code Circles of discovery
A story in the "Our Natural Europe" series.
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