All outdoors from 1925 on, in this collection from a popular magazine. Tops in names are Zane Grey with two yarns of tiger...

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All outdoors from 1925 on, in this collection from a popular magazine. Tops in names are Zane Grey with two yarns of tiger sharks and marlin in Australian waters; Harold McCracken of hunting walrus in the Arctic; Kermit Roosevelt and the dangers of game hunting in Africa; Archibald Rutledge and tales of wild turkey shoots; a quail bag that included a diamond back rattler; Lee Wulff on wading; Beverley- Giddings on Maryland quail; Lempfert on reestablishment of forests; Nash Buckingham with a dog story; Glenn Balch on Rooky Mountain goats- and others and others and others. More of wild geese, forest fires, wild fowl, guns, wild duck, antelope in Wyoming, slaughter of Buffalo, elk, and so on -- and a good spoof on Field and Stream. True and fictionized yarns that should keep sportsmen -- active and chairbound- content.

Pub Date: July 25, 1946

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1946