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Birds In Norfolk - A national and international perspective

Birds In Norfolk - A national and international perspective

Andy Brown Illustrated by James McCallum

Norfolk is famed as the best county in Britain for year round birdwatching and has a long history of bird recording. 'Birds in Norfolk' is more than a county avifauna - instead the importance of the area, past and present, is seen from both a national and international perspective.

Some of the county's most famous habitats, such as the North Norfolk Marshes, Brecklands and Broadlands are looked at in detail. There are chapters devoted to the county's specialist species such as breeding waders, harriers, wintering waterfowl, waders and passerines. The list of bird species recorded in Norfolk is enviable and some of the rare visitors and spectacular 'falls' of common migrant birds also feature.

James McCallum's watercolours compliment the text and are not simply commissioned illustrations but outdoor paintings and sketches completed on location in Norfolk. Concise picture captions have been written by the artist detailing date, location, weather and relevant behaviour. 280 pages.

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