Author Hank Walsh is on the Hunt for Appropriate Conservation in the New Book “A History of Conservation in the Continental U.S.”

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Recent release “A History of Conservation in the Continental U.S.” from Page Publishing author Hank Walsh is the story of a nation’s approach toward wildlife as well as one man’s lifelong commitment to conservation.

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Hank Walsh, a lifelong outdoorsman, has completed his new book “A History of Conservation in the Continental U.S.”: an expansive compilation of the government’s attitude toward conservation, as well as the shaping of the author’s stance on hunting, fishing, trapping, and other means conserving wildlife.

“Throughout the first half of the twentieth century, famous hunters like Teddy Roosevelt, his sons, and Ernest Hemingway, made hunting acceptable in the realms of hunting to the American people,” Walsh explained when asked about his book. “Television could give popularity to hunting, but could take it away as well. Dan Rather hosted the documentary ‘Guns of Autumn’ which treated hunters as uneducated backwards people. PETA came on strong in the 1980s with animosity towards hunters.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Hank Walsh’s tale is one of the preservation of American traditions, just as much as it is about conservation.

“No matter what, hunting has a long and rich tradition in America and will be here for a long time,” Walsh insisted. “Hunting is important to conservation—and conservation is important to America.”

Readers who wish to learn more about the historical role hunting plays on environmental conservation can purchase“A History of Conservation in the Continental U.S.” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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