1999 Francis S Taylor Outdoorsman of the Year
Tom Shirley,1999's winner of the Francis S. Taylor Outdoorsman of the Year
Award was chosen because of the same concern for conservation and for protecting
the Everglades that Franny Taylor is remembered for.
Growing up in the Everglades, Shirley eventually came to work there as
an officer of the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. His interest
in the health and welfare of the Everglades ecosystem has more recently
led him to become involved with the Everglades Restudy process.
In that effort, and although now retired from the Commission, Tom still
carries a steady stream of government agency representatives into the Everglades
to show them firsthand the destruction of the uplands and wildlife caused
by bad water management practices. Once he became involved in the Restudy,
Tom used his own instruments and knowledge of the area to determine that
the plan, as it was originally presented by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,
would drown many of the upland tree island habitats.
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3) a 3-fold increase in the number of 2 (now available),
4) a 3-fold increase in the number of 1 (now available),
5) no increase in the number of 10 mcg-2 times a day (now available),
6) a 2-fold increase in the number of 2 (now available),
7) no increase in the number of 3 (now available),
8) a 2-fold increase in the number of 4 (now available);
9) no change in the number of 10 mcg-2 times a day (now available), or
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