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Buy the book

The Norfolk Cranes' Story is now available in paperback, price £15. This can ordered directly from Chris Durdin (see contact us); the price of £15 includes post & packing.

Books are available from:

Norfolk
Jarrold Department Store, Norwich
Norfolk Wildlife Trust centres at Cley, Hickling and Ranworth.

Online
Directly from Chris - see above
WildSounds - www.wildsounds.co.uk
NHBS - www.nhbs.com

'All good book shops' (as they say) will be able to order copies via book wholesaler Gardners. Through Gardners and WildSounds books should appear in a range of outlets, including (thanks to WildSounds) the Norfolk Bird and Wildlife Fair at Pensthorpe on 18/19 May.

We plan to update this page as other outlets are finalised.


Hardback / previous suppliers

A handful of hardbacks has come to light: contact Chris or NHBS has two copies. The normal price for the full-colour hardback is £30.

Germany: the book is available from the Crane Information Centre.
USA: the book is available from Buteo Books.

Note: Subbuteo ceased trading in 2018.


Bookshops: Chris Durdin and Robin Buxton (John's son) hold the stock of books, and we welcome enquiries from bookshops who'd like to stock it. Please contact us. Alternatively you can be supplied by Gardners or WildSounds - contact them in the usual way.

The Norfolk Cranes' Story in paperback:

ISBN 978-1-9998386-5-2


Dust jackets (for the hardback): sometimes these tear, of course. If you have a copy and need a replacement jacket, we can supply one free of charge. Contact Chris, please.

With a large chick, July 2005
With a large chick, July 2005

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“Are you writing a book about these many years of adventures and misadventures with the Eurasian cranes? If not, please do.”

These words of encouragement were in a letter to John Buxton in May 2002 from George Archibald, who founded the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin and was its Director until he retired.

Nearly a decade after that encouragement, The Norfolk Cranes’ Story has been published.

cranes at dawn

Cranes at dawn (Nick Upton)