Animals: Bird Fight

Almost every school child knows the Audubon Societies, has given 10¢ to become a junior member and receive a button with a bird on it. The Audubon State Societies, founded in 1886 by Forest & Stream (monthly magazine), were united into a national organization 29 years ago by the late William Butcher, first president. Under his guidance until 1910, the societies became the strongest, most respected conservation power in the U. S. Therefore when accusations and complaints were heard last week coming from members of the old bird-loving society itself, observers were surprised. The dissenters demanded that the organization have a...

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