Triumph For Man and Nature
May-August 2004
Shane P. Mahoney

This is two-part article by the author dedicated to helping hunters appreciate our own history of achievement in wildlife conservation and to encouraging greater commitment to the cause. It examines the North American Wildlife Conservation Model, both as a touchstone to our past and guidepost to our future. In the first installment, the author outlines rescue and recovery of wildlife it engendered and succeeded against all odds. In the second article, the author focuses on the impact of George Perkins Marsh on conservation.