By: Billy Bishop and Bernard Bishop
145 pages, 24 b/w photos
Cley Marsh is famous throughout the birding world as a place to observe passing migrants and rare waders. This revised edition of the memoirs of Billy Bishop, warden of the reserve for 40 years, continues its story from 1983 to 1996, during which period his son Bernard succeeded him. An updated checklist of birds seen in Cley is included.
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