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Nova Scotia naturalist Harold Horwood argues in his latest book, Dancing On The Shore, A Celebration Of Life At Annapolis Basin, that wiping out species such as the passenger pigeon is as horrifying as genocide. If people can't understand that, he says, 'that's their limitation.' Open in full size

Nova Scotia naturalist Harold Horwood argues in his latest book, Dancing On The Shore, A Celebration Of Life At Annapolis Basin, that wiping out species such as the passenger pigeon is as horrifying as genocide. If people can't understand that, he says, 'that's their limitation.'

Picture, 1987, English

Nova Scotia naturalist Harold Horwood argues in his latest book, Dancing On The Shore, A Celebration Of Life At Annapolis Basin, that wiping out species such as the passenger pigeon is as horrifying as genocide. If people can't understand that, he says, 'that's their limitation.'

Picture, 1987, English

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Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Collective Biography - Men - HORO - HORZ

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0128541f