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Wildlife conservation--British Columbia--Public relations

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Bill Ward interview

CALL NUMBER: T3996:0001 RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1982-11-04 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: William T. Ward discusses the post World War II interest in hunting, fishing, and the outdoors which lead to the growth of the Fish and Game Commission. Bill Ward'...

Conservation calling, [n.d.]

SUMMARY: "Conservation Calling" was a weekly 15-minute radio show on CFJC Kamloops in the early 1950s. Bill Ward talks about waterfowl sanctuaries; a Chilcotin legend; and the importance of fish and game clubs;. "Wildlife Briefs&qu...

Conservation calling, [n.d.]

SUMMARY: "Conservation Calling" was a weekly 15-minute radio show on CFJC Kamloops in the early 1950s. Bill Ward and his guest, pilot Harry Bray of Central BC Airways, discuss the trumpeter swans of Lonesome L;ake, their capture for tran...

Conservation calling, [n.d.]

SUMMARY: "Conservation Calling" was a weekly 15-minute radio show on CFJC Kamloops in the early 1950s. Bill Ward discusses: snakes, grazing, sounds of the wild. Also: "Wildlife Briefs".;

Conservation calling, [n.d.]

SUMMARY: "Conservation Calling" was a weekly 15-minute radio show on CFJC Kamloops in the early 1950s. Bill Ward talks about: game biologists; the Chilcotin legend of a person using eagles to "parachute" from ;a cliff; trapping...

Conservation calling, [n.d.]

SUMMARY: "Conservation Calling" was a weekly 15-minute radio show on CFJC Kamloops in the early 1950s. Bill Ward discusses grizzly bears, lions, bird migration and bird tagging. Also: "Wildlife Briefs".;

Conservation calling, [n.d.]

SUMMARY: "Conservation Calling" was a weekly 15-minute radio show on CFJC Kamloops in the early 1950s. Bill Ward presents Dr. R.B. Miller, consulting biologist for the Alberta Game Commission, who discusses re;asons for liberalizing spor...