Brewster Medal

The William Brewster Memorial Award, usually referred to as the Brewster Medal, is awarded by the American Ornithologists' Union and is named for ornithologist William Brewster. It is given to an author, or coauthors who are not previous recipients, of an exceptional body of work on Western Hemisphere birds. The award comprises a medal and an honorarium provided through the William Brewster Memorial Fund. Established in 1919, the award was first givenin 1921, to Robert Ridgway. From 1921 to 1937 it was given biennially; since then it has usually been made annually.[1]

List of winners

Source: AOU

See also


  1. AOU site
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