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Building on a legacy

Lyon County Pheasants Forever chapter paying tribute to late wildlife artist James Meger by establishing a WMA in his name

March 19, 2013
By Jenny Kirk , Marshall Independent

MARSHALL - For decades, nationally-known wildlife artist James Meger made the world a better place with his artwork, generosity, friendship, appreciation of nature and passion for conservation. Since his death on Aug. 25, 2011, a number of organizations have paid tribute to him in a variety of ways. Most recently, the Lyon County Pheasants Forever chapter is paying homage to the local artist by taking steps to establish a James Meger Memorial Wildlife Management Area.

 
 
 

 

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