From time to time the Society publishes volumes about various wildlife-orientated topics. These are usually issued free to members at time of publication.
Copies may also be purchased here at our online shop. The Society has been producing Occasional Publications for more than 20 years on subjects ranging from birds to dragonflies to grasshoppers to trees.
Several of these have proved to be “best-sellers” and are no longer available in printed form, but the Society plans to make some of them accessible in PDF format in the future.
No.17, “Emma Turner: A life looking at birds“, by James Parry & Jeremy Greenwood – 2020
No.16, “Haddiscoe Island: Biodiversity and agriculture on a Norfolk grazing marsh“, by Roy Baker & Derek Howlett – 2019
No.15, “Hidden Lives: Discovering a hidden world of parasitic animals in East Anglia“, by Graham Kearn – 2014
No.14, “Bumblebees of Norfolk“, by Dr Nick Owens and David Richmond – 2012
No.13, “A Flora of King’s Lynn“, by Frances Schumann & Robin Stevenson – 2011
No.12, “Checklist of the Birds of Norfolk“, by Keith Dye and Mick Fiszer – 2010
No.11, “A Natural History of Catfield Hall” – edited by Roy Bake, Alec Bull, and Peter Lambley – 2008
No.10, “Notable Trees of Norwich“, by Rex Hancy – 2005
No.09, “Dragonflies of Norfolk“, by Dr Pam Taylor – 2003
No.08, “The Ecology of the Egyptian Goose at Holkham Park, Norfolk“, by Brian Sage – 2002
No.07, “Grasshoppers and allied insects of Norfolk“, by David Richmond – 2001
No.06, “Birds in Norfolk and the law, past and present“, by Martin George -2000
No.05, “The Study of Plant Galls in Norfolk” by Rex Hancy – 1999