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TYPED April 22, 1974
Senator Metcalf's Address To The North American Wildlife Conference
Mr. President, earlier this month my colleague from Montana,
Senator Lee Metcalf, prepared an address for the North American
Wildlife Conference held in Denver, Colorado. Senator Metcalf is
one of the Nation's leading experts in the field of legislation as
it affects preservation and protection of 6ur wildlife and in all
matters relating to natural resource development. I was especially
impressed with his address in view of his detailed consideration of
public land policies as they relat~ to wildlife management and the
growing concern over the development of Federal coal deposits . I em
confident that the Conference found his advice and counsel valuable
and I wao especially pleased with his strong endorsement of my amendment
to S. 423, the Surface Mining Reclamation Act. Senator Metcalf speaks
not only from manT'years of involvement in conservation and resource
development but, also, as one of the keen legal minds in the Senate.
Mr. President, I aek unanimous consent that the April 3rd address be
printed at the conclusion of my remarks .
Mike Mansfield Papers, Series 21, Box 49, Folder 67, Mansfield Library, University of Montana
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