Phillippa Scott, Lady Scott (born Felicity Philippa Talbot-Ponsonby; 22 November 1918 – 5 January 2010) was a British 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, President of the Nature in Art Trust, scuba diver  and an associate of the Royal Photographic Society.
Scott died, aged 91, in Slimbridge, Gloucestershire.
Felicity Philippa Talbot-Ponsonby was born on 22 November 1918. She was the daughter of Commander Frederick William Talbot-Ponsonby and Hannah Findlay. She married Lt.-Cdr. Sir Peter Markham Scott, son of Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Lady Edith Agnes Kathleen Bruce, on 7 August 1951. She died on 6 January 2010 at age 91.1 She was a conservationist and photographer.1 Her married name became Scott. She was invested as a Fellow, Royal Photographic Society (F.R.P.S.).1
Children of Felicity Philippa Talbot-Ponsonby and Lt.-Cdr. Sir Peter Markham Scott 1.Dafila Kathleen Scott b. 9 Jun 1952 2.Richard Falcon Scott b. 2 Jun 1954
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