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Martin W. Woodcock

Illustrator

A. C. Kemp Oxford University Press

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Background Information

Employment History

President

African Bird Club


Affiliations

Society of Wildlife Artists

Member


British Ornithologists' Club

Honorary Secretary


Web References(36 Total References)


www.birdwatch.co.uk

Martin WoodcockA keen birder since childhood, Martin Woodcock started working on the paintings for the Field Guide to the Birds of South-east Asia in 1966, and has since illustrated many books and written two, as well as various articles and papers.He has travelled widely in Asia and Africa to study birds.Painting the colour plates for the seven volumes of The Birds of Africa was a major project which spanned 25 years.Martin was Honorary Secretary of the British Ornithologist's Club for five years, and was a co-founder of the African Bird Club, serving as its first chairman and currently as its President.He was winner of the British Birds Bird Illustrator of the Year competition in 1983, is a member of the Society of Wildlife Artists, and has exhibited paintings internationally.He lives with his wife Barbara close to the north Norfolk coast.


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(Bird Families of the World series)by Martin Woodcock (Illustrator); A. C. Kemp Oxford University Press; (October 1996)



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by Alan Kemp, Martin Woodcock (Illustrator)


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Vice President: Martin Woodcock
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