Posts Tagged ‘Dr David Fox’

There is a new statue in the grounds of Wollaton park, Nottingham-shire. In honorer of Dr David Fox, Museum curator MSc Biological Photography and Imaging, School of Biology, The University of Nottingham the next time you pass it make sure you give it a polish to keep it clean


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Dr David Fox who is the museum curator for the MSc Biological Photography and Imaging at The University of Nottingham, was honored at the The International Falconry Fair. Dr David Fox was asked to open the event by the British Falconry Club, were they also awarded him a engraved clock for all of the hard work that David has put into British Falconry over the last forty years. Dr Fox has recently developed the Golden Eagles section of the British Falconry Club

Earlier in the day Dr David Fox received a bottle of malt whiskey for all of the magazine contribution that he has made, David is a well know author within the Falconry circle and his highly praised for his publications.

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Earlier this week, Dr David Fox brought his in his male golden eagle called star for the students to see. Next week the students from the MSc Biological Photography and Imaging course will be making a photographic visit to The International Bird Center in Newent, Glos. The center is run by  Jemima Parry-Jones MBE. visit their website

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