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Emma Turner: A Life Looking at Birds

Emma Turner: A Life Looking at Birds

James Parry and Jeremy Greenwood

Emma Turner (1867-1940) was a pioneering bird photographer and ornithologist in what was largely a man's world. Through her own self-taught efforts, with neither formal qualifications nor relevant family background, she became one of the leading natural history writers of her day, describing her close observations in lively prose and through outstanding photographs.

This biography traces her unlikely career, many key moments of which took place in Norfolk. 88 pages.

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