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Harrison Flint Lewis (1893-1974) was born in Sag Harbor, Long Island, New York and was a graduate of Acadia University in 1917. He was Chief Migratory Bird Officer for Ontario and Quebec from 1920 to 1943 and Chief of the Canadian Wildlife Service from 1947 to 1952. Retiring in 1952, he moved to West Middle Sable in Shelburne County, Nova Scotia. A life-long ornithologist, he served on many local and regional naturalist organizations as well as being a prolific researcher and writer. Digitized records are mainly published and unpublished manuscripts, many of which were submitted to popular magazines for publication. Some related correspondence is included. See also: "Outdoors in Nova Scotia" by Harrison Flint Lewis [FC2307 .L48 1961 STACKS]. Publications and papers are also located at the Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Library and Archives Canada, and Cornell University.
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Bird pleasures in Nova Scotia
Control of trees and brush on rights-of-way
Farm hunting
Food plants for waterfowl
Mortality among Chimney Swifts
Muskrats: Where do they come in
Nova Scotia Pheasant problems
Organization of the Nova Scotia Bird Society
Pheasants
Remarks on the Poison Ivy
Should snaring rabbits be prohibited
Snakes, lizards and salamanders
Some thoughts on predation and its control
The pesticide situation
The philosophy of wildlife conservation
Those Nova Scotia deer
Wildcat news
Wildlife and fire
Wildlife and politics
Wildlife conservation