Clayton B. Seagears (1901-1983) was an American artist, writer and naturalist. He served as New York State Superintendent of Conservation until 1960, having joined the department in 1937. In 1946 he founded The Conservationist, the department's magazine. He was a prolific illustrator, his work relating to wildlife and conservation appearing in Collier's, The Saturday Evening Post, American Gun, The Hunter's Encyclopedia and Outdoors Unlimited. In 1953, his design won the national competition for the annual Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp. His cartographic work appears to have been limited to a single map: a 1948 map of New York, proudly displaying the state's abundant parks.

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