Chris Perrins

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Christopher Miles "Chris" Perrins, LVO, FRS (b. 11 May 1935)[1] is a British biologist. He is Leverhulme Emeritus Fellow at the Edward Grey Institute of Field Ornithology at Oxford University, and an Emeritus Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford.

He was appointed the first Warden of the Swans in 1993. This is a new office in the Royal Household of the Sovereign of the United Kingdom, created in 1993 when the ancient post of Keeper of the Queen's Swans (which dated from the thirteenth century) was divided into two new posts. The second is the Marker of the Swans.

Perrins served as President of the British Ornithologists' Union from 2003 to 2007.

Other achievements[edit]

  • 1957: B.Sc (hons Zoology) London
  • 1963: D.Phil. Oxford
  • 1988: Godman-Salvin Medal (British Ornithologists' Union)
  • 1992: RSPB Medal
  • 1996: Honorary Fellow, Queen Mary ; Westfield College
  • American Ornithologists' Union: Corresponding Member, 1976, Fellow, 1983.
  • Deutschen Ornithologen-Gesellschaft: Corresponding Fellow, 1991, Life Fellow, 2001.
  • Nederlandse Ornithologische Unie: Life Fellow, 1992.

Bibliography (incomplete)[edit]

  • Encyclopedia of Birds: Christopher M. Perrins and A.L.A. Middleton, Facts on File Inc. (1985) ISBN 978-0816011506
  • The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Birds: The Definitive Guide to Birds of the World: Christopher M. Perrins Hardline (1990) ISBN 978-0747202776
  • Bird Population Studies: Relevance to Conservation and Management: (Oxford Ornithology Series) by Christopher M. Perrins, G. J. Hirons and J. D. Lebreton (1996) ISBN 978-0198540823
  • The Birds of the Western Palearctic, Volume 1: Non-passerines David Snow, Christopher M. Perrins and Robert Gillmor (1998) Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0198501879
  • The Birds of the Western Palearctic, Volume 2: by David Snow, Christopher M. Perrins and Robert Gillmor (1998) Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0198501886
  • The Complete Encyclopedia of Birds and Bird Migration: Jonathan Elphick: Christopher M. Perrins (2004) ISBN 978-0785816676

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Weekend birthdays", The Guardian, 10 Mat 2014: 52