Item 56-200-30 to 56-200-38 - Wolf control

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Wolf control

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56-200-30 to 56-200-38

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  • 1954-04 (Creation)
    Phillips, Roger
  • 1954-04 (Creation)
    Photographic Services

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9 photographs : negatives, b&w; 6 x 6 cm
9 photographs : prints, b&w; 6 x 6 cm

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Aircraft being loaded at La Ronge prior to beginning mop up tour. At left is Stan Prystupa, Game Branch and Dr. Bill Pourbaix on the right.

Typical bate station, Deschambault Lake. Two brush patches cover wolves. Crowbar marks spot where bate is placed between two pine tree markers.

Dr. Pourbaix uses needle bar to punch hole in ice through which wolf carcases will be deposited.

Stan Prystupa uses needle bar to punch hole in ice through which wolf carcases will be deposited. Left to right: Cliff Labby, pilot; Harold Reed,
Game Branch Supervisor; Bill Pourbaix, Acting Biologist on mop up tour.

Game Management Officer, Stan Prystupa shoves wolf carcase through hole in ice.

Dr. Bill Pourbaix, Acting Biologist on mop up tour examines wolf carcase for signs of disease, pregnancy, etc.

Herd of caribou line shore of Pasfield Lake.

Bill Pourbaix poses with caribou.

Gear is shifted from car and truck to Beaver plane at La Ronge as wolf control crew prepares to depart on mopping-up trip around Northern Saskatchewan and into the North-West Territories. Left to right: Harold Read, Game Branch Supervisor; Dr. Bill Pourboix, Acting Biologist; and Game Management Officer, Stan Prystupa.

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  • English

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Office: Regina - Hillsdale

Box number(s): 58

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To consult the records, visit or contact the Regina office.

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56-200-30 to 56-200-38

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Saskatchewan Archives. Archival Description Manual 2004.



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  • English

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  • Latin


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