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Phillipa Scott (Lady Scott) (born Felicity Philippa Talbot-Ponsonby[1]; 22 November 1918 - 5 January 2010) was a champion of wildlife conservation and the widow of Sir Peter Scott.

Born in Bloemfontein, South Africa, she married Scott in 1951. She was Honorary Director of the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, founded in 1948 by Sir Peter. Philippa Scott was also a professional wildlife photographer and an associate of the Royal Photographic Society.

Lady Scott died, aged 91, in Slimbridge, Gloucestershire.

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Publications

The Art of Peter Scott (recently completely revised in 2008)

Lucky Me (autobiographical)

So Many Sunlit Hours (autobiographical)

Quotes

"The Scott partnership put conservation on the map, at a time when conservation was not a word that most people understood." - Sir David Attenborough

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