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38:37; b&w; sound; V-198 EA029; S. 1239
Carl Buchheister, former president of the National Audubon Society, advocates the preservation of Florida's wildlife and natural splendor in an interview at Wakulla Springs Wildlife Refuge. Mr. Buchheister discusses alligators, water conservation, wildlife reserves, citizen involvement in conservation programs, environmental protection legislation, controls on pollution, avoiding thermal pollution from atomic reactors, oil spills, damage caused to lakes from dredging, preservation of the Everglades, the Cross Florida Barge Canal "boondoggle" and the protection of endangered species.
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