Seton Exhibit at the Summit Bechtel Reserve

There is an exhibit on Ernest Thompson Seton at the Summit Bechtel Reserve, the Boy Scouts of America’s in West Virginia. adjacent to the New River Gorge National River. The exhibit, located in the Hunter’s Hall Interpretive Center in the Joe Crafton Sportsman’s Complex, features a life-like cast figure of Seton.

While the Seton cast figure is shown holding a vintage shotgun, it also includes a copy of Seton’s classic book, Wild Animals I Have Known, which features the story of  “Lobo, the King of  Currumpaw,” which tells the story of Seton’s experience with Lobo that forever changed his attitude toward hunting and is considered a catalyst for the conservation movement.

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