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Jay Darling

 (1876 - 1962)
Jay Norwood Darling was active/lived in Iowa, Michigan.  Jay Darling is known for cartoonist, illustrator, wildlife.

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Jay Darling is noted for his political cartooning, primarily for the Des Moines Register, his superb wildlife and sporting drawings, and as the recipient of two Pulitzer Prizes. Conservation was his co-career, and he was an early, tireless advocate of conservation and the effects of environment on humans and wildlife. Darling succeeded in lobbying successfully for six-million dollars in federal funds toward what later became the Federal Duck Stamp Program, and his design of two mallard ducks served as the first art in this series. He also founded the National Wildlife Federation and became its first president.

Jay Norwood Darling was born in Norwood Michigan, from which his middle name is derived, in 1876. He spent much of his youth   ...  Displaying 750 of 10591 characters.

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