Aldo Leopold, Narrator
This is the most important character of the book.
This is the second most important character of the book because of the time spent with the main character.
Two Young men
College age men who go to the Flambeau river for their last chance of freedom before entering into the service.
This is an animal that is extinct.
Those who are in charge of taking care of national park and who create policies that protect the animals and plants in a park.
The animal that lives atop the Escudilla mountain.
Those who try and discover the way that nature works.
Those whose job is to serve science that serves progress.
The animal that puts on a very special mating dance.
One of seven birds that is banded in 1937 by the narrator.
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