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Hear from Mike Toms, author of the upcoming New Naturalist Owls (out 2nd January 2014).
Hear from Peter Marren, author of The New Naturalists (1995) Nature Conservation (2002) and co-author Art of the New Naturalists (2009).
For many people, a welcome sign of spring is the return of those migratory bird species that come here to breed, but spend their ‘winters’ further south.
The New Naturalist Series is proud to be publishing Beetles by Richard Jones on 25th January 2018.
We joined Brecon Beacons author Jonathan Mullard at the London Wetland Centre for a chat about the New Naturalist series.
Myles Archibald, Publisher of the New Naturalists, recalls his early relationship with the series before he took over in 1987.
Current Board Members (as of December 2013)
The stunning, specially commissioned cover images are one of the great joys of the New Naturalist series.
Owls have always featured prominently in the mythology and folklore of a variety of cultures.
For the 100th edition of the New Naturalists series, Woodlands, Collins celebrated by bringing out a special signed leatherbound edition.
The technology which now lets us print individual books in response to individual orders – print on demand – is a real breakthrough and one we recognised would be of value to the New Naturalist series.
Peter Friend is the author of New Naturalists number 108 Southern England. Writing here, for the New Naturalists online, he welcomes the recent decision to preserve the South Downs as a national park.