Animals: Bird Fight (Cont.)

An unusually restless, talkative throng of members in the National Association of Audubon Societies filed into a large room at the American Museum of Natural History last week for their 26th annual meeting. Instead of telling each other about the last oriole they had seen or how their new wren-houses were working out, they whispered over the backs of their chairs like politicians. They all knew that the policies of their president, Thomas Gilbert Pearson, were to be challenged by a small group of discontented members who had charged him with too...

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