A British wildfowler, who is as much of a naturalist as a sportsman, contributes a glowing record of a favorite pursuit and...

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A British wildfowler, who is as much of a naturalist as a sportsman, contributes a glowing record of a favorite pursuit and pastime, and of fondly remembered experiences along tideways and estuaries, ltings and marshes, ""sometimes with the gun and glasses, sometimes with glasses alone"". With an aesthete's eye for the loveliness of untouched landscapes, he transcribes day and nighttime watches for ducks and curlews, pinks and greyings, plovers and wigeon, partridge and pheasants, adds a little incidental information on guns and ammunition...

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1951