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WASHINGTON : 1936
SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON CONSERVATION OF WILDLIFE RESOURCES
KEY PITTMAN, Nevada, Vice Chairman BENNETT CHAMP CLARK, Missouri
CHARLES L. McNARY, Oregon HARRY FLOOD BYRD, Virginia
PETER NORBECK, South Dakota JOSIAH W. BAILEY, North Carolina WALLACE H. WHITE, JR., Maine
CARL D. SHOEMAKER, Secretary
In calling the North American Wildlife Conference for February 3–7, President Roosevelt said:
“My purpose is to bring together individuals, organizations, and agencies interested in the restoration and conservation of wildlife resources. My hope is that through this conference new cooperation between public and private interests, and between Canada, Mexico, and this country, will be developed ; that from it will come constructive proposals for concrete action; that through these proposals existing State and Federal governmental agencies and conserva. tion groups can work cooperatively for the common good."
MONDAY, 2 P. M.
Connecting Wing Auditorium, Constitution Avenue between Twelfth and
F. A. Silcox, Chief, United States Forest Service, Chairman 1. Opening remarks by the chairman. 2. Greetings from President Roosevelt, an address of welcome by Henry A.
Wallace, Secretary of Agriculture. 3. Greetings from Mexico. 4. Greetings from Canada. 5. The Wildlife Crisis—Jay N. Darling, Des Moines, Iowa. 6. The Mexican Wildlife Situation, Sr. Juan Zinser, Mexico City. 7. The Administration of the Wildlife of Canada, Hoyes Lloyd, Ottawa, Canada. Announcements.
TUESDAY, 9:30 A, M.
HOYES LLOYD, Ottawa, Canada, Chairman
1. Opening remarks, Hon. Key Pittman, chairman, Senate Special Committee on
Conservation of Wildlife Resources. 2. Why Concern Ourselves about Wildlife? (a) Economic Importance discussed, Roswell P. Rosengren, vice president,
United States Junior Chamber of Commerce, Buffalo, N. Y. (0) Social Importance discussed, Mrs. Roberta C. Lawson, president, Gen
eral Federation of Women's Clubs, Washington, D. C. (0) Importance to Youth discussed, L. W. Barclay, director of activities,
Boy Scouts of America, New York City. 3. Discussion.
AFTERNOON SESSION, 2 O'CLOCK
SR. JUAN ZINSER, Mexico City, Chairman
4. Opening remarks, Richard M. Kleberg, United States House of Representa
tives. 5. The Work of the American Committee for International Wildlife Protec
tion, Dr. John C. Phillips, Wenham, Mass. 6. Wildlife in the National Resources Picture, Frederic Delano, National Re
sources Committee, Washington, D. C. 7. Wildlife: Past, Present, and in the Future, William L. Finley, Portland,
Oreg. 8. Organization, Cooperation, and Harmony in Wildlife Management, Lithgow Osborne, New York State Conservation Commissioner, Albany, N. Y.