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Bernard Tucker

Bernard William Tucker ((1901-01-22)22 January 1901 - 19 December 1950(1950-12-19) (aged 49)) was an English ornithologist. He was lecturer in zoology at Oxford University, a long-time editor of British Birds and one of the authors of The Handbook of British Birds. He was the first Secretary of the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) and founder of the Oxford Ornithological Society in 1921.

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Bernard Tucker Medal
... The Bernard Tucker Medal is awarded by the British Trust for Ornithology for services to ornithology ... It is named in memory of Bernard Tucker, their first Secretary ...
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1752-1753), oil IAP 1752 ... Portrait of Thomas Tudor Tucker (c. 1752-1760), oil IAP 1753 ... Portrait of Colonel Henry Tucker (c ... Henry Tucker and Her Children, Elizabeth and Nathaniel, oil IAP 1753 ... Portrait of Gurdon Saltonstall (c ...
Bernard Tucker
... Bernard William Tucker ((1901-01-22)22 January 1901 - 19 December 1950(1950-12-19) (aged 49)) was an English ornithologist ... Tucker was born at Northaw, Hertfordshire and was educated at Harrow School and Magdalen College, Oxford, gaining first class honours in 1923 ... The BTO now awards a Bernard Tucker Medal ...

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