Fonds 2001.26 - Kenilworth Goose Project

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Kenilworth Goose Project

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  • 1973 -1988 (Creation)

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One album : 1 box (5.25 inches) containing 1 album (26 pages, 14 x 11 inches)

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The Kenilworth Goose Project is a joint program established February 15th, 1993 by Lloydminster, Vermilion, Marwayne Fish and Game Associations in order to propagate a resident Canada Goose population in Northeastern Alberta. Mr. Bill Wishart, the chief biologist of the Department of Lands and Forests and Canadian Wildlife Service, worked in cooperation with the association. Project custodians and donators of the land are Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anson and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowthorpe. Gerald Colton serves as Chairman, Mike Hamernyk as Co-Chairman, Al Treber as Secretary, and Stan Daniel as Secretary Assistant. In 1974 the project was awarded the Blake Memorial Trophy for the best wildlife project in the province by the Alberta Fish and Game Association.

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The fonds is comprised of one 14 x 11 album of 26 pages. Twenty-eight original photographs, thirty-six newspaper articles, statistics of progress with the geese, and handwritten commentaries by the members themselves are all laminated within the album.

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