Cherry Kearton Medal and Award

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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[edit]

Source: Royal Geographic Society

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References[edit]

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