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Supplement to Animal Sanctuaries in Labrador

Supplement to an Address Presented by Lt.-Colonel William Wood, F.R.S.C. Before the Second Annual Meeting of the Commission of Conservation in January, 1911

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Author: William Wood
Published: 1912
Language: English
Wordcount: 10,750 / 38 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 59.6
LoC Category: J
Downloads: 556
Added to site: 2005.02.22 9702
Genres: Nature, Politics

rters, porters and canoemen live in whole or in part, on providing fishing and shooting. Under no other arrangement could the conceded territory afford sport and a living to so many people, and in no other way could the balance between resources and their exhaustion be so nicely maintained."

On page 47, Mr. Blake corroborates the statement of the shameful act I mentioned at the bottom of page 18 of my Address. "On sighting a band of six caribou he bade his man sit down to give him a rest for his rifle. He then fired and continued firing till all were killed. When his companion made to walk towards the animals, Sir ---- said to him roughly:

"'Where are you going?'

"'To cut up the caribou.'

"'... I don't want them.'"

This game murderer killed three times as many as the prescribed limit on this one occasion. Yet nothing was done to him!


However desirable they are from any point of view leaseholds are not likely to cover much of Labrador for some time to come. They shoul



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