When President Theodore Roosevelt created what would become the first in a system of national wildlife refuges at Florida’s Pelican Island in 1903, it was in response to consumers’ demand for the latest fashion trend. By the end of the 19th century, women’s desire for plume hats had led market
Modern Conservationist provides insight into the most pressing issues affecting environmental and wildlife conservation efforts today, with a focus on North America’s wild, public places.
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