For seventeen years, as part of his daily writerly routine, the author and naturalist Mark Cocker has taken a two-mile walk down to the river from his cottage on the edge of the Norfolk Broads National Park.
In A Claxton Diary he has gathered some of the finest short essays he’s written on wildlife. They range over almost everything he can see, touch or smell, from the minute to the cosmic, from a strange micromoth called the yellow-barred longhorn to that fiercest of winter storms, the ‘Beast from the East’.
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