HUNTING IN AFRICA by Frank C. Hibben

HUNTING IN AFRICA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A book about strange animals:- the wildebeeste, the bongo, even the Mrs. Gray lechwe. Frank Hibben writes intimately about them, from the viewpoint of a hunter not satisfied with the Big Five of African game. He writes neither as a professional hunter, professional naturalist nor professional writer, but he knows the history of African hunting and writes of his experiences with enthusiasm if not always with grace. A defined market, rather than a general one- vicarious hunters who yearn for the African safari.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1962
Publisher: Hill & Wang