Kenneth Douglas Morrison, American writer, columnist. Recipient Governor Florida Wildlife Conservation award, 1960, Gulf Oil Conservation award, 1982, Feinstone Environmental award State University of New York, 1987, Carleton College Distinguished Achievement award, 1990, Grassroots Leadership award Florida Nature Conservancy, 1996.
Free lance writer, Minneapolis, 1941. Editor publications Minnesota Department Conservation, 1942-1947. Minnesota representative to National Audubon Society, 1947-1949, director pub relations, editor Audubon magazine, 1949-1956, vice president, 1955-1956.
Director Mountain Lake Sanctuary and Singing Tower American Foundation, 1956-1980, director environmental concerns, 1980-1982, fellow, 1982-1983. Syndicated nature-conservation newspaper columnist 4 papers, 1985—1995. Audubon tour lecturer, 1958-1963.
Interviewer naturalists Wildlife Unlimited, television station WOR-television, New York City, 1951-1952. Member Minnesota Bird Commission, 1951-1954. Trustee emeritus Florida Nature Conservancy.
Trustee Florida Conservation Foundation. Vice president, trustee Conservation 70's. Member Governor Florida Natural Resources Committee, State Parks Advisory Council, 1971-1979.
- The Tonic of Wildness
- An eminent naturalist uses humor and insight to reveal nature's healing power.
- Mountain Lake Almanac: Around the Year With a Naturalist
- Book by Morrison, Ken
Board directors Defenders Wildlife. Member Wilson Ornithological Society, Wilderness Society, Greenpeace, Native Plant Society, Florida Audubon Society (president, Award of Merit 1964, Cruickshank Conservation award 1993), Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Association (board sponsors), Nature Conservancy (lifetime Conservation award, 2006, Sierra Club, Friends of Earth, Green Horizon Land Trust (board directors 1999-2007), Pi Delta Epsilon.
Born April 1, 1918
1942 - 1947
1949 - 1956
1985 - 1995
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