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New Bird & Mammal Report 2018. – cost £14.00 including postage and packing

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Norfolk Bird & Mammal Report 2017 – cost £10.00 including postage and packing





Norfolk Bird & Mammal Report 2016 – cost £10.00 including postage and packing





Norfolk Bird & Mammal Report 2015 – cost £7.00 including postage and packing





Norfolk Bird & Mammal Report 2014 – cost £7.00 including postage and packing





Norfolk Bird & Mammal Report 2013 – cost £7.00 including postage and packing





Norfolk Bird & Mammal Report 2012 – cost £7.00 including postage and packing





Norfolk Bird & Mammal Report 2011 – cost £7.00 including postage and packing





Norfolk Bird & Mammal Report 2010 – cost £7.00 including postage and packing





Norfolk Bird & Mammal Report 2009 – cost £7.00 including postage and packing





Norfolk Bird & Mammal Report 2008 – cost £7.00 including postage and packing





Norfolk Bird & Mammal Report 2007 – cost £7.00 including postage and packing





Norfolk Bird & Mammal Report 2006 – cost £7.00 including postage and packing

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Occasional Publications


Occasional Publication No.17, “Emma Turner: A life looking at birds“, by James Parry & Jeremy Greenwood – cost £9.50 including postage and packing

Emma Turner (1867-1940) was a pioneering bird photographer and ornithologist. This biography traces her unlikely career, many key moments of which took place in Norfolk. Read more in this BTO Library Book Review


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Occasional Publication No.16, “Haddiscoe Island: Biodiversity and agriculture on a Norfolk grazing marsh“, by Roy Baker & Derek Howlett – cost £6.50 including postage and packing





Occasional Publication No.15, “Hidden Lives: Discovering a hidden world of parasitic animals in East Anglia“, by Graham Kearn – cost £6.00 including postage and packing





Occasional Publication No.14, “Bumblebees of Norfolk“, by Dr Nick Owens and David Richmond – cost £12.00 including postage and packing

Reprinted November 2017

We notice bumblebees visiting the flowers in our gardens and, if we look closely, we notice that they are not all the same.
By the County Bumblebee Recorder.





Occasional Publication No.13, “A Flora of King’s Lynn“, by Frances Schumann & Robin Stevenson – cost £6.00 including postage and packing


An account of the distribution of over 800 wild plant species in a 5 x 5km area in and around King’s Lynn.
A 32pp introduction, including over 75 colour photographs taken by the authors, describes the mostly urban habitats in the town.
The species accounts which follow include 400 maps.
Published in 2011 with 128 pages.





Occasional Publication No.12, “Checklist of the Birds of Norfolk“, by Keith Dye and Mick Fiszer – cost £3.50 including postage and packing


This handy-sized 40 page booklet lists the 427 full species of bird, and a further 15 recognisable forms, which have been recorded in Norfolk. For each is listed their seasonal abundance or rarity status. Five columns are provided for personal lists.





Occasional Publication No.11, “A Natural History of Catfield Hall” – cost £6.00 including postage and packing


Published in 2008 (152 pages)
A study made during monthly visits over two years from 2005, and edited by Roy Bake, Alec Bull, and Peter Lambley.
Design:Paul Westley
Cover photo: Andy Beaumont





Occasional Publication No.10, “Notable Trees of Norwich“, by Rex Hancy – cost £8.00 including postage and packing




Out of print

Occasional Publication No.09, “Dragonflies of Norfolk” by Dr. Pam Taylor – 2003 Out of print


Occasional Publication No.08, “The Ecology of the Egyptian Goose at Holkham Park, Norfolk” by Brian Sage – cost £5.00 including postage and packing




 


Occasional Publication No.07, “Grasshoppers and allied insects of Norfolk“, by David Richmond – cost £8.00 including postage and packing.


Published in 2001 with 64 pages: a very readable account of 23 species studied all over Norfolk.




Out of print

Occasional Publication No.06, “Birds in Norfolk and the law, past and present“, by Martin George – cost £5.00 including postage and packing





Transactions of the Norfolk & Norwich Naturalists’ Society – cost £7.00 including postage and packing

Cover photo: Watercolour painting of a Swallowtail lifecycle by Garth M. Coupland Transactions 2019 – Vol 52 pt 1 Published February 2020

The Norfolk & Norwich Naturalists’ Society publishes its Transactions annually.
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Alternatively, any of the above may be obtained by post, by sending your order with a cheque (payable to NNNS) to
Tony Leech, NNNS Publications, 3 Eccles Road, Holt, Norfolk NR25 6HJ


Gift Membership of the Norfolk & Norwich Naturalists’ Society – cost £20.00

One year’s membership may be purchased as a gift for anyone living in the UK.
The subscription is renewable on 1ST April
Members of the Society enjoy the benefit of meetings, field trips and talks with expert naturalists and enthusiasts. Members also receive the following printed publications by post and free of further charge.

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