Ducks Unlimited

Published in 1962

Back in 1936-37 the duck population on this continent dropped so alarmingly, it seemed they would soon become extinct. With few exceptions, the shortage was blamed on the duck hunters. Appeals to close duck hunting were widespread. It was thought to be the only remedy. But in those pessimistic days, the voice of an eminent Canadian biologist, Professor william Rowan, offered a strange contrast. In 1937 he said:

Volume Number: 10 Year Published: 1962
Issue Number: 4
Page Number: 53

Link to article: 10 No. 4_1962_53-54.pdf
Link to the full issue of BirdLife: 10 No. 4_1962.pdf