TITLE

THERE'S MUSIC IN THE WOODS AGAIN

AUTHOR(S)
Perry, George Sessions
PUB. DATE
February 1955
SOURCE
Saturday Evening Post;2/19/1955, Vol. 227 Issue 34, p22
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents the author's experience in contributing to the restoration of wild life in the woods in New England. When he was hunting in the woods, he noticed that the abundant animals like the pheasant and the quails were gone. So, he planned to establish a game refuge for the animals with the help of his neighbors. They have helped one another in order to let the wild animals survive. He said that their activity has also created a strong community bond.
ACCESSION #
19980147

 

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