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The Indian Forest Service

Nature volume 162, pages 129131 (24 July 1948) | Download Citation



THE passing of the British forest officer from India, where a succession of young men possessing that British intuitive love of an open-air life, with a touch of the adventurous in it, has built up a magnificent forestry property for India, merits a record. It has been a work which has had a minimum of publicity, due perhaps to the failure of the forest officer (until comparatively recently) to write for the public.

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