Arnold Cooke

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Arnold Cooke worked for the national nature conservation agencies as a researcher and an adviser for 30 years, leaving in 1998 to pursue his interests in deer, birds and herpetofauna. In total, he has written more than 200 articles, books and reports on various issues of conservation science. This total includes 50 articles on deer and 10 books or booklets on subjects as diverse as pollutants in birds of prey and the status of Britain’s amphibians and reptiles. In 2017, he was awarded the Balfour-Browne trophy by the British Deer Society for his work on muntjac and water deer.