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Mel Ellis (1912-1984) was a prolific, venerable writer and observer of the Wisconsin landscape. He crafted outdoor columns for The Milwaukee Journal for 15 years, wrote short stories, edited a field column for Field & Streeam for 12 years, penned magazine pieces for national media and three of his 18 books became Disney TV movies.
Ellis was Wisconsin born and bred. His "Notes From Little Lakes" columns from the Milwaukee Journal (1957-73) and the Wisconsin Sportsman (1976-82) chronicle nature observations and family life at an old frame house on 15 acres in Waukesha County. He produced thousands of columns as well as numerous short stories and articles for national magazines.
His works include the award-winning Wild Goose, Brother Goose, which was made into a television film and Flight of the White Wolf which aside of being made into a Disney television film, was also adapted as an anime film, Hashire! Shiroi Ookami, in 1990.
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