A super book (now on my Christmas list!) for anyone who lives in East Anglia, or visits the popular and rich wildlife sites in Norfolk. --Su Gough, British Trust for Ornithology (BTO)
...The whole book is attractively presented and well laid out. It is also copiously illustrated with photographs, most of which, particularly the orchids, are of high quality… this is a generally useful guide. It will not appeal greatly to the experienced local birder though it may expand his or her horizons to embrace other wildlife. It will, however, be useful to the first-time visitor who wishes to take a first dip into what this fabulous county can offer. --Andy Stoddart, Rare Bird Alert
...The overall impression is of an attractively produced, well-researched book which I thoroughly enjoyed reading. … I think that this is a very useful addition to the county literature, and it will be invaluable to first-time visitors to Norfolk who have a general interest in natural history. Moss Taylor, BirdWatch --Moss Taylor, BirdWatch
About the Author
Adrian Riley was born in Birmingham, but grew up in Shropshire where his deep interest and knowledge about wildlife, especially butterflies, moths and birds, first took root. For many years he worked as a professional entomologist and moth recorder at the world famous Rothamsted agricultural research station in Harpenden, Hertfordshire. For the past 20 years, he has lived in Norfolk, from where he provides wildlife tours, both within the county, the UK and mainland Europe.