Hunting

Author: Joe Gaspar
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 1499462387
Size: 18.66 MB
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A good hunter has a deep knowledge of the animals he or she is hunting, as well as a thorough understanding of the land on which those animals live. A smart hunter knows not just what gun or bow to take on a hunt, but also which clothes to wear and what gear to bring along. This guide offers young people an introduction to the time-honored activity of hunting. Readers will learn about the development of sport hunting, hunting techniques, and the role hunters have played in the conservation movement. Other topics discussed include hunting licenses, bag limits, and hunting safety. Shotguns, hunting bows, and rifles are all discussed in detail, as is the ammunition that each uses. A valuable resource!

Elk Hunting

Author: Jim Zumbo
Publisher: Creative Publishing International
ISBN: 9781610603102
Size: 50.89 MB
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Elk Hunting provides all the basics a hunter needs to know about planning a trip, selecting equipment, understanding elk behavior and mastering hunting techniques. An elk hunt is not an inexpensive venture. In this book, Zumbo tells how to select an outfitter or plan a do-it-yourself hunt. Moving long distances is not a problem for elk, and finding prime locations is a key to hunting success. With Elk Hunting you'll learn how to scout and recognize the places most likely to hold elk. Details the proper equipment to use, such as rifles, calls, optics and accessories. Features special sections that cover elk hunting with bow and muzzleloader.

The Delights And Dilemmas Of Hunting

Author: Forrest Wood
Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761804727
Size: 79.93 MB
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The pro-hunting/anti-hunting controversy is a national issue that reaches from California to New York to Florida. Hunters defend their activity while anti-hunters vehemently condemn it. This book presents arguments from both groups and will help to broaden the perspective of each side. This book will be useful to students and scholars of environmental ethics. Contents: The Case for Hunting; The Case Against Hunting; Leopold's Ethics of Hunting; Political and Religious Factors of Hunting; Responsibility, Challenge and the Future.

Duck Hunting

Author: Randy Frahm
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 9781429608183
Size: 45.30 MB
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An introduction to the techniques, equipment, and other facets of the sport of duck hunting.

Rabbit Hunting

Author: Dave Fisher
Publisher: Woods N' Water, Inc.
ISBN: 9780970749369
Size: 65.54 MB
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"To stand along high on a stump and hear the hounds screaming at the top of their lungs. To see months of training culminate in a spectacular run, and finally see the rabbit coming full throttle straight for you. And to see him almost frozen in an instant of time as the shot connects and he tumbles into three inches of fresh snow; that is what rabbit hunting is all about." It's hard not to agree. Written by one of the country's most renowned cottontail hunters, this guide will give you all the necessary strategies and cottontail facts you need to get out there and experience this fun for yourself. Providing thirty years' worth of trial-and-error methods, tips, and techniques for consistently taking cottontails, this book explains everything from how to hunt rabbits in bad weather and why they "hole up" to training beagles and tips for hunting with a small pack of hounds. Author Dave Fisher has been involved in hunting and the outdoors since he was a child. For over thirty-three years, he has raised and trained hundreds of dogs, mostly beagles, for hunting rabbits.

Virginia Hunting Guide

Author: Bob Gooch
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
ISBN: 9780813910413
Size: 74.19 MB
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This valuable guide provides Virginia hunters with detailed information on the various public hunting lands in the state, including character of the terrain, game species available, and other useful information. It also provides profiles on the various game species and information on how to hunt them, how to care for them in the field, and how to prepare them for the table.

Tourist Hunting In Tanzania

Author: N. Leader-Williams
Publisher: IUCN
ISBN: 9782831703152
Size: 30.62 MB
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This book presents 21 papers given at a workshop held to demonstrate future policy towards hunting by tourists in Tanzania. The volume brings together contributions from experts from eastern and southern African countries. Papers cover a range of topics from administration of hunting, setting quotas, safari volume and returns from hunting, the involvement of local communities, and the professional hunter. The volume also includes recommendations from the workshop that were used to guide the preparation of policy. A comprehensive guide to different aspects of hunting as a form of wildlife use in Africa.

Deer And Deer Hunting

Author: Robert Wegner
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811725859
Size: 29.85 MB
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Offers profiles of famous deer hunters, discusses deer habits and behavior, and looks at bow hunting, deer camps, and hunting ethics

The Evolution Of Human Hunting

Author: Matthew H. Nitecki
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780306428210
Size: 47.73 MB
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The successful early adaptations of man involve a complex interplay of biological and cultural factors. There is a rapidly growing number of paleontologists and paleoanthropologists who are concerned with hominid foraging and the evolution of hunting. New techniques of paleoanthropology and taphonomy, and new information on human remains are added to the traditional approaches to the study of past human hunting and other foraging behavior. There is also a resurgence of interest in the early peopling of the New World. The present book is the result of the Ninth Annual Spring Systematics 10, 1986, in the Symposium, on the Evolution of Human Hunting, held on May Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago. We are grateful to the NSF (grant no. BNS 8519960) for partial financial support in arranging the symposium. In preparation of this volume we have received assistance from many people, particularly the reviewers of individual chapters; it is impossible to name them all. We must however single out Drs. Richard G. Klein and Glen H. Cole for their encouragement at various stages of preparation of the symposium and this volume, and for being a help to the anthropological knowledge. Zbigniew Jastrzebski assisted with the figures and Paul K. Johnson diligently typed the camera-ready copy, and patiently coordinated the endless book-making chores.

Colorado S Guide To Hunting

Author: Outdoor Books & Maps (Firm)
Publisher: Adler Publishing
ISBN: 9780930657420
Size: 40.80 MB
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Colorado's backcountry is habitat for all sorts of game animals, big and small. This guide discusses different land regulations and lists the permits needed to hunt in national forests. It also provides detailed directions and maps to get you to the best places to hunt.