Albert Stewart Meek ( 1871– 1943) was a British bird collector and naturalist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Albert Stewart Meek"
Alfred William Alcock ( June 23, 1859 - March 24, 1933) was a British naturalist and carcinologist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alfred William Alcock"
Brett Westwood is a radio presenter and author, specialising in natural history. He regularly presents episodes of BBC Radio 4's series Living World and Nature, as well as his own short series, several of which are available in Real Audio format from the BBC website. He is active in the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust, and for the Worcestershire Biological Records Centre, which both cover the area around his home town of Stourbridge. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brett Westwood"
Professor Chris Baines, is a British gardener, naturalist, television presenter and author. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chris Baines"
Chris Packham (born May 4 1961, Southampton, Hampshire, England) is a British naturalist, television presenter and author. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chris Packham"
Clarke Abel (c. 1780 - c 24 November 1826) was a British surgeon and naturalist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Clarke Abel"
Edward William Vernon Harcourt ( 1825 - 1891) was an English naturalist. He was the son of the scientist William Vernon Harcourt and brother of the politician also named William Vernon Harcourt. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edward William Vernon Harcourt"
Ernest William Lyons Holt ( October 17, 1864 – June 10, 1922) was an eminent British marine naturalist and biologist specialized in ichthyology, the study of fish. His work helped lay a scientific foundation for the fishery management in Ireland, and together with William Spotswood Green, he strongly influenced the development of the Irish Fisheries in its early years. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ernest William Lyons Holt"
Frederick William Frohawk ( July 16, 1861 - December 10, 1946) was an English zoological artist and lepidopterist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Frederick William Frohawk"
Gavin Maxwell ( July 15, 1914 - September 6, 1969) was a Scottish naturalist and author, best known for his work with otters. He wrote the book Ring of Bright Water (1960) about how he brought an otter back from Iraq and raised it in Scotland. He took the otter, called Mijbil, to the London Zoological Society, where it was decided that this was a previously unknown sub-species, and it was named after him: 'Lutrogale perspicillata maxwelli'. Ring of Bright Water sold more than a million copies and, was made into a movie starring Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna in 1969. The title 'Ring of Bright Water' was taken from a poem by Kathleen Raine (1908-2003) who said in her autobiography that Maxwell had been the love of her life. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gavin Maxwell"
George Adamson ( 1906- 20 August 1989), the "Lion Man" of Africa was one of the founding fathers of wildlife conservation. He and his wife Joy Adamson are best known through the book and film " Born Free", which depicts the true story of Elsa, an orphaned lioness cub they raised and later released into the wild. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Adamson"
Grant Sonnex is a wildlife radio producer with the BBC Natural History Unit, he also presents documentary programmes on BBC Radio 4, several of which are available in Real Audio format from the BBC website. ...more on Wikipedia about "Grant Sonnex"
Horace St. John Kelly Donisthorpe ( March 17, 1870– April 22, 1951) was an eccentric British myrmecologist and coleopterist, memorable in part for his enthusiastic championing of the renaming of the genus Lasius after him as Donisthorpea, and for his many claims of discovering new species of beetles and ants. ...more on Wikipedia about "Horace Donisthorpe"
Howie Watkins (born July 17 1969) is a British television broadcaster and (in his words) "Performance Biologist". ...more on Wikipedia about "Howie Watkins"
Ivan Terence Sanderson ( January 30, 1911 - February 19, 1973) was a naturalist and writer born in Edinburgh, Scotland. He conducted a number of expeditions into tropical areas in the 1930s and gained widespread fame for his popular writings on nature and travel. Later he became known for writings on topics such as cryptozoology, especially sightings of the Yeti, and reports of extraterrestrial visitors. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ivan T. Sanderson"
James Franklin (c. 1783 - August 31, 1834) was a British soldier. He was the brother of Sir John Franklin ...more on Wikipedia about "James Franklin (naturalist)"
John Berkenhout ( July 8, 1726 - April 3, 1791) was a British physician, naturalist and miscellaneous writer. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Berkenhout"
John Cranch ( 1758 - 1816) was an English naturalist and explorer. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Cranch"
Doctor Joseph Ritchie (c 1788 - November 20, 1819) was an English surgeon, explorer and naturalist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joseph Ritchie"
Joy Adamson ( January 20, 1910 – January 3, 1980) was a naturalist, best known as the author and main character of the book, Born Free, which described her experiences in saving the life of a lioness, Elsa. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joy Adamson"
Mark Carwardine (born 1959-03-09) is a zoologist, who at one time was affiliated with the World Wildlife Fund, and has been a free lance writer, photographer and zoologist since 1986. He is also the co-author of the book Last Chance to See with Douglas Adams. On 2005-03-10 he delivered the third annual Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture, speaking about Last Chance to See and offering updates on some of the species covered in the book. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mark Carwardine" Be happy with http://www.shortopedia.com shortopedia
Mark Catesby ( April 3, 1683 - December 1749) was an English naturalist. Between 1731 and 1743 Catesby published his Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, the first published account of the flora and fauna of North America. It included 220 plates of birds, reptiles and amphibians, fish, insects, and mammals. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mark Catesby"
Dr (Stuart) Max Walters (born Outibridge, Yorkshire 23 May 1920 - died Grantchester, Cambridgeshire 11 December 2005) was Curator of the Herbarium, Botany School, Cambridge University 1949-73, Lecturer in Botany 1962-73, and for the ten years 1973-83 Director of the University Botanic Garden in Cambridge up until his retirement. He was a Research Fellow at St John's College, Cambridge 1948-51 and Fellow of King's College, Cambridge 1964-84. ...more on Wikipedia about "Max Walters"
Michael Lloyd Ferrar (Lt. Col.) ( 1876 - after 1931) was a British commissioner of the Penal Settlement at Port Blair on Andaman Islands and Nicobar Islands. A keen naturalist and student of the butterfly fauna. Son of Michael Lloyd Ferrar who joined the Indian Civil Service in 1861 and arrived in India in 1863. ...more on Wikipedia about "Michael Lloyd Ferrar"
The Hon. Dame Miriam Louisa Rothschild DBE, FRS ( 5 August 1908 — 20 January 2005) was a British zoologist, entomologist and author. ...more on Wikipedia about "Miriam Rothschild"
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