|Birth: ||Sep. 18, 1888|
|Death: ||Apr. 13, 1938|
Conservationist, colorful writer. British-born, Belaney came to Canada as masqueraded as a Native Indian. Popularized conservation theme in his books and lecture tours, especially in Britain. In Canada he was appointed to run beaver preservation programs in Riding Mountain and Prince Albert national parks. His ruse was uncovered three years before his death, but no particular discredit occurred, and Gray Owl continues to be known as a pioneer conservationist to this day. Pierce Brosnan starred in a movie about "Gray Owl" in 1999.
Ajawaan Lake, Prince Albert National Park
Prince Albert National Park
North Battleford Census Division
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Added: Sep. 18, 2013
Archie Grey Owl, I too saw the picture about you and your stuggle to save the Beavers and the forest. I agree with all that has been written by your admires. You are not forogtten. Rest in peace.|
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