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  • Birds in Norfolk: A National and International Perspective
    Birds in Norfolk: A National and… by Andy Brown, James McCallum

    Birds in Norfolk is a celebration of Norfolk's birdlife. It is written by Andy Brown and includes 115 watercolour paintings and numerous watercolour sketches by James McCallum.

    Hardback £50.00 Buy Now
  • The Long, Wild Shore: Bird and Seal Seasons on Blakeney Point
    The Long, Wild Shore: Bird and Seal… by James McCallum

    Explores the seasons on the North Norfolk coast, using the famous landmark of Blakeney Point as its focus. Shows the lives of Common and Grey Seals and well-known breeding birds such as Little and Sandwich Terns, Oystercatchers and Ringed Plovers. The area is also famed as a location to experience bird migration and additional illustrated chapters focus on this exciting spectacle. The paintings and sketches were made almost exclusively in the field at the time of watching and the vast majority were completed on Blakeney Point during the years that the author worked there as a warden. 2012

    Hardback £25.00 Buy Now
  • Wild Skeins and Winter Skies: Paintings and Observations of Pink-footed Geese19% OFF
    Wild Skeins and Winter Skies: Paintings… by James McCallum

    Explores in paint the lives of pink-footed geese. Over ninety paintings, each painted outdoors, depict many aspects of the birds' behaviour and show them in an array of weather conditions. Short notes add additional detail to the images and help evoke a sense of 'being there'. 100pp. 2009

    Hardback £22.50 RRP: £28.00Buy Now
  • North Norfolk Wildlife Through the Seasons58% OFF
    North Norfolk Wildlife Through the… by James McCallum

    Living in North Norfolk, where he was born and raised, James McCallum spends most of his time out of doors, either wardening, monitoring wildlife or drawing and painting.

    This celebration of his artistic talent is a month-by-month account of his observations, particularly of the wealth of birdlife for which Norfolk is justly famous.

    Paperback £4.99 RRP: £11.99Buy Now
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