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Other (fold-out wildlife identification chart)
Field Studies Council
Date Published
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The Field Studies Council (FSC) is an educational charity based in the UK.


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Whether you are tackling all 100 miles of the South Downs Way, or just visiting for the day, this guide will help you find out more about one of the finest landscapes of south-east England. This trail leads from the ancient city of Winchester to the white chalk cliffs of Eastbourne.

There are beautiful colour paintings of the special birds, farm animals, moths, butterflies and wild flowers of the South Downs. Text on the reverse side covers the geology, habitats and agriculture of the chalk uplands. Also included is a map of the South Downs Way National Trail and a height profile of the trail.

Paths Covered by this Publication:

163 km / 101 miles

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