May 2002 – vol. 95, issue 5, pp 260–262 Most readers of British Birds will be familiar with the name Richard Richardson. Many older readers will also have fond memories of happy hours spent in his company at the seaward end of the East Bank at Cley in Norfolk, either overlooking Arnold's Marsh or seawatching with him from the shingle bank. Born at Blackheath, south London, in 1922, Richard moved to Norfolk when he joined The Royal Norfol... This article is only available to subscribed users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.