Cherry Kearton Medal and Award

The Cherry Kearton Medal and Award is an honour bestowed by the Royal Geographical Society on "a traveller concerned with the study or practice of natural history, with a preference for those with an interest in nature photography, art or cinematography".[1][2] It is named for nature photographer Cherry Kearton[3] and was launched in 1967.

Recipients

Source: Royal Geographic Society

See also

References

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