Bruce Campbell (1912–1993) was an English ornithologist, writer, and broadcaster. He has long worked for the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO).
Campbell was born in Southsea, Hampshire on 15 June 1912. As a young boy he was influenced by his father, an army officer, birds-nester and egg-collector who later became the army's Inspector of Physical Training. After his education at Winchester College he studied at the University of Edinburgh where he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in forestry. In 1938 he married Margaret Gibson-Hill, a writer by herself, with whom he had two sons and one daughter. From 1936 to 1948 he was teacher and university lecturer. In 1948 Campbell became secretary at the British Trust for Ornithology. He worked 10 years for this organization, serving on the panel of the Wildlife Collection in collaboration with Julian Huxley. From April 1959 to 1962 he spent as senior producer at the BBC Natural History Unit at Bristol. Bruce Campbell died on 9 January 1993 in Witney, Oxfordshire.