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Naturalists

There are eighty-eight Naturalists called James.

  • John James Audubon

    John James Audubon is a Naturalist... ( from the wikipedia article on John James Audubon)

  • James Bond (ornithologist)

    James Bond (ornithologist) is a Naturalist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Bond (ornithologist))

  • James Grant (navigator)

    James Grant (1772 – 11 November 1833) was a British Royal Navy officer and navigator in the early nineteenth century. He made several voyages to Australia and Tasmania, and was the first to map parts of the Australian coast.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Grant (navigator))

  • James Bulwer

    The Reverend James Bulwer (21 March 1794 – 11 June 1879) was an English collector, naturalist and conchologist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Bulwer)

  • Edward James Salisbury

    Sir Edward James Salisbury, FRS (1886-1978), was an English botanist and economist. He was born in Harpenden, Hertfordshire and graduated in botany from University College London in 1905.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Edward James Salisbury)

  • James Sowerby

    James Sowerby is a Naturalist... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Sowerby)

  • James De Carle Sowerby

    James De Carle Sowerby is a Naturalist... ( from the wikipedia article on James De Carle Sowerby)

  • James Francis Stephens

    James Francis Stephens (16 September 1792 - 22 December 1852) was an English entomologist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Francis Stephens)

  • James Harvey Logan

    James Harvey Logan is a Naturalist... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Harvey Logan)

  • James Lee Peters

    James Lee Peters (August 13, 1889 - April 19, 1952) was an American ornithologist.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Lee Peters)

  • James Fisher

    James Maxwell McConnell Fisher (3 September 1912 – 25 September 1970) was a British author, editor, broadcaster, naturalist and ornithologist. He was also a leading authority on Gilbert White and made over 1,000 radio and television broadcasts on natural history subjects.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Fisher)

  • James Wood-Mason

    James Wood-Mason (1846 – 1893) was a Scottish zoologist who worked in the Indian Museum at Calcutta from 1877 succeeding Prof. John Anderson.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Wood-Mason)

  • James Graham Cooper

    James Graham Cooper (June 19, 1830 – July 19, 1902) was an American surgeon and naturalist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Graham Cooper)

  • Edmund James Banfield

    Edmund James "Ted" Banfield (4 September 1852 – 2 June 1923) was an author and naturalist, best known for his book Confessions of a Beachcomber.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Edmund James Banfield)

  • James Stevenson-Hamilton

    Major James Stevenson-Hamilton (2 October 1867 – 10 December 1957), born in Ireland, was the eldest of 9 children and heir to a family title and home at Fairholm, by Larkhall in Scotland. He is considered the father of the Kruger National Park, in South Africa.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Stevenson-Hamilton)

  • James Donn

    James Donn (1758–1813) was an English botanist. He was Curator of the Cambridge University Botanic Gardens, Cambridge, from 1790 until his death.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Donn)

  • James Bateman

    James Bateman (18 July 1811 – 27 November 1897) was a landowner and accomplished horticulturist. He developed Biddulph Grange after moving there around 1840, from nearby Knypersley Hall.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Bateman)

  • James Braid (golfer)

    James Braid (golfer) is a Naturalist... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Braid (golfer))

  • James Ellsworth De Kay

    James Ellsworth De Kay is a Naturalist... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Ellsworth De Kay)

  • James Clements

    Dr. James Franklin (Jim) Clements (October 31, 1927 – June 9, 2005) was an ornithologist, author and very successful businessman.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Clements)

  • James Wilde, 1st Baron Penzance

    James Wilde, 1st Baron Penzance is a Naturalist... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Wilde, 1st Baron Penzance)

  • James Fletcher (entomologist)

    James Fletcher (entomologist) is a Naturalist... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Fletcher (entomologist))

  • James Petiver

    James Petiver (1663–1718) was a London apothecary, a Fellow of the Royal Society as well as London's informal Temple Coffee House Botany Club, famous for his study of botany and entomology. He named the White Admiral butterfly, and gave the name Fritillary to another group of butterflies after the Latin word for a chequered dice box.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Petiver)

  • James Charles Dale

    James Charles Dale (1792 – 6 February 1872) was a wealthy English naturalist who devoted almost all of his adult life to entomology.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Charles Dale)

  • James Franklin (naturalist)

    James Franklin (c. 1783 – 31 August 1834) was a British soldier.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Franklin (naturalist))

  • James Smith (ichthyologist)

    James Leonard Brierley Smith (26 October 18977 January 1968) was a South African ichthyologist. He was the first to identify a taxidermied fish as a coelacanth, at the time thought long extinct.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Smith (ichthyologist))

  • James Nathaniel Halbert

    James Nathaniel Halbert was an Irish entomologist. He was born 30 August 1871 and died 7 May 1948 in Dalkey, Dublin, Ireland.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Nathaniel Halbert)

  • James Chapin

    James Chapin is a Naturalist... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Chapin)

  • James R. Dixon

    Dr. James Ray Dixon (born 1928 in Houston, Texas, U.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James R. Dixon)

  • James William Slessor Marr

    James William Slessor Marr (1902 – April 30, 1965) was a Scottish marine biologist and polar explorer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James William Slessor Marr)

  • James Drummond (botanist)

    James Drummond (botanist) is a Naturalist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Drummond (botanist))

  • James Backhouse

    James Backhouse is a Naturalist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Backhouse)

  • James Backhouse (botanist, 1825–1890)

    James Backhouse (1825–1890) was a botanist, archaeologist, and geologist. He worked in Norway, Ireland, and Scotland, and was particularly known for his work on the flora of Teesdale.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Backhouse (botanist, 1825–1890))

  • James Edmund Harting

    James Edmund Harting is a Naturalist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Edmund Harting)

  • Alfred James Ewart

    Alfred James Ewart, FRS, (12 February 1872 - 12 September 1937) was an English-Australian botanist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Alfred James Ewart)

  • Dan James Pantone

    Dan James Pantone is an American ecologist and conservationist with a Ph.D.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Dan James Pantone)

  • Stephen John James Frank Davies

    Dr Stephen John James Frank Davies (born 26 April 1935) is an Australian administrator and ornithologist. He worked for the CSIRO Division of Wildlife Research in Western Australia 1964-1984.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen John James Frank Davies)

  • William James Beal

    William James Beal (March 11, 1833 – May 12, 1924) was an American botanist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on William James Beal)

  • James Henry Emerton

    James Henry Emerton is a Naturalist... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Henry Emerton)

  • James Ferriss

    James Henry Ferriss (18 November 1849–17 March 1926) was an amateur conchologist. According to Henry Augustus Pilsbry, Ferriss was "the fore-most of American landshell collectors...... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Ferriss)

  • Joseph James Fletcher

    Joseph James Fletcher (7 January 1850 – 15 May 1926) was an Australian biologist, winner of the 1921 Clarke Medal.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Joseph James Fletcher)

  • James Underwood Crockett

    James "Jim" Underwood Crockett (October 9, 1915 - July 11, 1979) was the original host of PBS's The Victory Garden, then called Crockett's Victory Garden. He had been chosen by producer Russell Morash because he had previously written several gardening books.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Underwood Crockett)

  • James Parsons Burkitt

    James Parsons Burkitt (1870 – 1959) was a civil engineer; he was County Surveyor in County Fermanagh from 1900 until his retirement in 1940. Burkitt was a keen amateur ornithologist and studied European Robins in the garden of his home (called Lawnakilla) near Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Parsons Burkitt)

  • Herbert James Carter

    Herbert James Carter (23 April 1858 – 16 April 1940) was an English-born Australian schoolmaster and entomologist.... ( from the wikipedia article on Herbert James Carter)

  • James Beard (architect)

    James Albert "Jim" Beard(born 1924) is a significant Wellington architect, town planner, and landscape architect. He was born in Christchurch, New Zealand.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Beard (architect))

  • James Ebenezer Bicheno

    James Ebenezer Bicheno is a Naturalist... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Ebenezer Bicheno)

  • Philip James Barraud

    Philip James Barraud (1879 – 1948) was an English entomologist who specialised in mosquitoes. He worked in Iraq and India where he invented the Barraud cage (a box of made of muslin or organdie suspended on a wire frame placed inside insulators containing wet towels) for the transport and study of live mosquitoes.... ( from the wikipedia article on Philip James Barraud)

  • James Ferguson-Lees

    I. James Ferguson-Lees is a British ornithologist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Ferguson-Lees)

  • James Sykes Gamble

    James Sykes Gamble (1847 - 1925) was an English botanist who specialized in the flora of the Indian sub-continent. The son of Harpur Gamble, M.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Sykes Gamble)

  • James Allen (nurseryman)

    James Allen (?–8 March 1906) was a nurseryman of Shepton Mallet, Somerset, United Kingdom, known principally for his hybridizations of snowdrops and anemones.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Allen (nurseryman))

  • James Gray (zoologist)

    Sir James Gray (born Oct. 14, 1891, London died Dec.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Gray (zoologist))

  • James Charles Cox

    James Charles Cox (21 July 1834 – 29 September 1912) was an Australian physician and conchologist.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Charles Cox)

  • James L. Clark

    James L. Clark (1883 - 1969) was a distinguished explorer and scientist of the American Museum of Natural History in New York and a former president of the Campfire Club of America.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James L. Clark)

  • George Michael James Giles

    George Michael James Giles (1853 - 1916) was an English surgeon and entomologist who specialised in mosquitoes.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Michael James Giles)

  • James Grimshaw

    James Grimshaw (1798–1857) was an Irish naturalist in the early 19th century.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Grimshaw)

  • James McAdam

    James MacAdam (1801, Belfast- 1861) was an Irish naturalist and geologist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James McAdam)

  • James Lawson Drummond

    James Lawson Drummond (1783, Larne - 1853) was an Irish physician, naturalist and botanist.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Lawson Drummond)

  • James Hornell

    James Hornell (1865-1949) was an English zoologist and seafaring ethnographer.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Hornell)

  • James Edward Collin

    James Edward Collin (16 March 1876 , Kirtling - 16 September 1968) was a English entomologist who specialised in Diptera.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Edward Collin)

  • James John Walker (entomologist)

    John James Walker (16 May 1851 , Sheerness – 12 January 1939) was a English entomologist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James John Walker (entomologist))

  • Henry James Clark

    Henry James Clark, American naturalist; born in Easton, Massachusetts, June 22, 1826; graduated at the University of New York 1848; became a pupil of Asa Gray at the Cambridge botanical garden; graduated at the Lawrence Scientific School at Harvard 1854; assistant to Louis Agassiz till 1863, and also for three years adjunct Professor of Zoology at the Lawrence Scientific School; Professor of Natural Sciences in Pennsylvania State College, near Bellefonte, 1866-69; Professor of Natural History in University of Kentucky, Lexington, 1869-72; Professor of Veterinary Science in Massachusetts Agricultural College, Amherst, from 1872 until his death there July 1, 1873. He contributed to the Smithsonian publications, to the Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and to other learned periodicals.... ( from the wikipedia article on Henry James Clark)

  • Edward James Ravenscroft

    Edward James Ravenscroft is a Naturalist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Edward James Ravenscroft)

  • James Rennie

    James Rennie FRS (26 February 1787, Sorn – 1867, Adelaide) was a Scottish naturalist. In 1815 he graduated MA from Glasgow University where he had previously studied natural sciences and became a priest.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Rennie)

  • James Brodie of Brodie

    James Brodie of Brodie, 21st Thane and Chief of Clan Brodie, FRS FLS, 1744-1824, was a Scottish politician and botanist. He was educated at Elgin Academy and St.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Brodie of Brodie)

  • James Stuart (artist)

    James Stuart (1802-1842), after which the Brown Antechinus (Antechinus stuartii) was named in 1841 by the entomologist William Sharp Macleay, was one of the first Quarantine Officers at Sydney's North Head Quarantine Station.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Stuart (artist))

  • James Hepburn (ornithologist)

    James Edward Hepburn (born London? 1811 - died Victoria, British Columbia, April 16, 1869) was an ornithologist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Hepburn (ornithologist))

  • William James Rees

    William James Rees (1913 — 1967) was a British hydroid and cephalopod researcher at the Natural History Museum in London.Crawford, G.... ( from the wikipedia article on William James Rees)

  • James Henry Fleming

    James Henry Fleming (born in Toronto on July 5, 1872; died June 27, 1940) was a Canadian ornithologist. His father was Scottish and sixty years old when he was born.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Henry Fleming)

  • James Brontë Gatenby

    James Brontë Gatenby MA, PhD, DPhil, DSc lived from 10 October 1892 to 20 July 1960.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Brontë Gatenby)

  • James Sherard

    James Sherard (1 November 1666Tilmouth, "James Sherard, an English Amateur Composer", 315. Webb gives a birthdate of 1 July but Tilmouth writes that the register of births at Thurnby church in Leicestershire gives the date of 1 November.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Sherard)

  • James Arthur Harris

    James Arthur Harris (1880-1930) was a botanist and biometrician, known for the Benedict-Harris equations,... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Arthur Harris)

  • James Comber

    Jim (James) B. Comber (1929 - 7.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Comber)

  • James Anderson (botanist)

    (Not to be confused with his namesake James Anderson (1739–1808), one of two botanists born close to Edinburgh.)... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Anderson (botanist))

  • James A. Peters

    James A. Peters (1922-1972) was born in Durant Iowa, United States.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James A. Peters)

  • James Duncan (zoologist)

    James Duncan (1804–1861) was a Scottish naturalist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Duncan (zoologist))

  • James Macfadyen

    James Macfadyen (1800 - 1850) was a Scottish botanist known for work in Jamaica where he died. He became a member of the Linnean Society of London in 1838.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Macfadyen)

  • James Dickson (biologist)

    James Dickson (1738–1822) was an English botanist and mycologist. Between 1785 and 1801 he published his Fasciculus plantarum cryptogamicarum Britanniae, a four-volume work in which he published over 400 species of algae and fungi that occur in the British Isles.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Dickson (biologist))

  • James Wong (ethnobotanist)

    James Wong is an ethnobotanist and television presenter in the United Kingdom.http://www.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Wong (ethnobotanist))

  • James G. Dickson

    James G. Dickson, born 1891 in Yakima, Washington, died 1962 in the Philippines, was an American mycologist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James G. Dickson)

  • James Hamilton McLean

    James Hamilton McLean (born 1936)Coan E. V.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Hamilton McLean)

  • James Behrens

    James Behrens (b. in Lübeck, Germany, 30 June 1824; d.... ( from the wikipedia article on James Behrens)

  • James Englebert Teschemacher

    James Englebert Teschemacher (b. in Nottingham, England, 11 June 1790; d.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Englebert Teschemacher)

  • James Eustace Bagnall

    James Eustace Bagnall is a Naturalist... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Eustace Bagnall)

  • James David Macdonald (ornithologist)

    James David Macdonald (3 October 1908 – 17 September 2002) was a British and Australian ornithologist and ornithological writer. A traditional museum ornithologist, he did much to build up the collections of African and Australian birds held by the British Museum, as well as popularising ornithology through his writings.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James David Macdonald (ornithologist))

  • Edwin James (scientist)

    Edwin James (scientist) is a Naturalist... (extract from the wikipedia article on Edwin James (scientist))

  • James Douglas Ogilby

    James Douglas Ogilby (Feb 16, 1853 – August 11, 1925) was an Australian ichthyologist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on James Douglas Ogilby)

  • James Howard Browne

    James Howard Browne (5 September 1919 – 31 March 2004) was an Australian amateur botanist and plant photographer and collector of mallee areas.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on James Howard Browne)

  • James Bolton

    James Bolton (1735–7 Jan. 1799) was an English naturalist, botanist, mycologist, and illustrator.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Bolton)

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