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Convery, Ian, Smith, Darrell J., Brady, Deborah, Hawkins, Sally, Mayhew, Michael, van Maanen, Erwin, Iversen, Sara, White, Chris, Eagle, Adam and Lipscombe, Steve (2017) Community consultation report: Kielder. (Unpublished)
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Deecke, Volker B., Nykänen, Milaja, Foote, Andrew D. and Janik, Vincent M. (2011) Vocal behaviour and feeding ecology of killer whales Orcinus orca around Shetland, UK. Aquatic Biology, 13 (1). pp. 79-88.
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Hayes, Tracy (2017) Playful practitioners: playing along with children and young people, in and with nature. In: 20th International Play Association (IPA) Triennial World Conference, 13-16 September 2017, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Unpublished)
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Pankhurst, Sheila, Conlan, Hilary, Rogers, Matthew and Smith, Andrew (2010) Survey of wood mice (Apodemus sylvaticus) on the Isle of Rum. Scottish Natural Heritage. (Unpublished)
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Smith, Darrell J., O'Donoghue, Paul, Convery, Ian, Eagle, Adam and Piper, Steve (2016) Reintroduction of the Eurasian Lynx to the United Kingdom: results of a public survey. Lynx UK Trust / Clifford Chance / University of Cumbria.
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Stoddart, Fiona, Wilson, Edward R. and Fox, Nathan (2016) Hooked on osprey – the role of an “iconic” wildlife species in outdoor education. In: 7th International Outdoor Education Research Conference, 4-8 July 2016, Cape Breton Island, Canada. (Unpublished)
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Taylor, Donna, Ramsey, Andrew D., Convery, Ian, Lawrence, Anna and Weatherall, Andrew (2013) The impacts of commercial woodland management on woodland butterfly biodiversity in Morecambe Bay, UK. Conservation Evidence, 10 . pp. 10-15.

Turtle, Christina, Convery, Ian and Convery, Katie (2015) Forest Schools and environmental attitudes: a case study of children aged 8–11 years. Cogent Education, 2 (110010).
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