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Trevor Beebee and Richard Griffiths naturalist. John Mitchell. Brian Moss. John Altringham. Peter Hayward naturalist. Angus Lunn. Brian Spooner mycologist and Peter Roberts. Ron Porley and Nick Hodgetts. Ted Benton. Jonathan Mullard. Rosemary Parslow.

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John Kington. David V. Margaret Redfern. Andrew Allott. Michael Proctor botanist. David Cabot and Ian Nisbet. The classification was quite new, and made a step distinctly in advance of anything.

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Among bird collections held in the museums of Great Britain, only that of the Natural History Museum at Tring is unarguably superior to this collection. The original nucleus of the skin collection was formed by the birds assembled by Hugh Strickland From these beginnings the skin collection grew to its present size — some 30, skins housed in purpose-built wooden cabinets online. The course also examines how birds hunt and the different skills and techniques this entails. On completion of the course students will be able to understand and appreciate the scientific principles behind many avian attributes.

Studies on his work on birds and historic notes after his death, however, raised serious questions on his integrity and have made him a controversial character , e.