The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors Magazine, October 1931

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


48 pages. Features: Lovely photo cover of the Empress Hotel Gardens, Victoria, B.C.; Dominion ammunition ad inside front cover; Great full-page photo of old-timer in hip-waders cleaning his gun; Photo of an amazing and successful tree surgery of a majestic elm on the estate of J.A. Turner in Hamilton, Ontario; Nice full-page ad for Canadian General Electric radios - the 9-tube popular console and the 10-tube de luxe lowboy; A Saga of the Moose - intimate facts of life habits - suggestions to photographers; October in the Outdoors; Watch that Match - true story of Jack Wainrwright's missing match, by Alwin Gissing; Photo of yound doe reared by motherly cow; photo of Mrs. C.W. Gafvert of Tonasket, WI holding her 32-lb winning fish!; Junior Fire Wardens Study the Ways of the Woods; A New Conservation - That of Hunters - safe handling of firearms; North America's Game Bird Problem - by Jack Miner - a plea for consideration, justice and prevention; Indian Legends and Lore, by Grey Owl; ; Panther Hunting with "Cougar" Smith; The Cowboy's Friend; - the working of rawhide is still an art in the west; Dogs of the Labrador Indians, by Frank G. Speck - article with photos; A Boss with a Bird's-eye View - F.A. MacDougall, Superintendant of Algonquin Park, spends much time in the air over his park; What Trees are Doing for Prairie Folk; As Dry as Tinder - a forest fire experience; Park Plans in Western Canada - ambitious scheme under consideration in Alberta; ; Hunting the Lordly Woodcock; Junior Fire Wardens in Word and Deed; Forest and Outdoors in the Classroom; Many nice small ads; Western Super-X Shotgun Shell ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy.

Title: The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors Magazine, October 1931

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Forestry, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Montreal, The Canadian Forestry Association: 1931

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 844g0906

Keywords: The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors Magazine, October 1931 The Canadian Forestry Association Empress Hotel Gardens, Victoria, B.C.; Dominion ammunition ad inside front cover; Great full-page photo of old-timer in hip-waders cleaning his gun; Photo of an amazing and successful tree surgery of a majestic elm on the estate of J.A. Turner in Hamilton, Ontario; Nice full-page ad for Canadian General Electric radios - the 9-tube popular console and the 10-tube de luxe lowboy; A Saga of the Moose - intimate facts of life habits - suggestions to photographers; October in the Outdoors; Watch that Match - true story of Jack Wainrwright's missing match, by Alwin Gissing; Photo of yound doe reared by motherly cow; photo of Mrs. C.W. Gafvert of Tonasket, WI holding her 32-lb winning fish!; Junior Fire Wardens Study the Ways of the Woods; A New Conservation - That of Hunters - safe handling of firearms; North America's Game Bird Problem - by Jack Miner - a plea for consideration, justice and prevention; Indian Legends and Lore, by Grey Owl; ; Panther Hunting with "Cougar" Smith; The Cowboy's Friend; - the working of rawhide is still an art in the west; Dogs of the Labrador Indians, by Frank G. Speck - article with photos; A Boss with a Bird's-eye View - F.A. MacDougall, Superintendant of Algonquin Park, spends much time in the air over his park; What Trees are Doing for Prairie Folk; As Dry as Tinder - a forest fire experience; Park Plans in Western Canada - ambitious scheme under consideration in Alberta; ; Hunting the Lordly Woodcock; Junior Fire Wardens in Word and Deed; Forest and Outdoors in the Classroom; Many nice small ads; Western Super-X Shotgun Shell,