"A fluently written celebration of life, punctuated, as always, by death. Worthy of a place alongside Doug Peacock's Grizzly Years (1990), Jack Turner's The Abstract Wild (1996) and other meditations on the red-in-tooth-and-claw side of nature."
Hunter/conservationist and Outside
correspondent Rinella (The Scavenger's Guide to Haute Cuisine
, 2006) chases the last of the wild buffalo, turning up a fine tale in the process.
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