Plant Hunter S Paradise

Author: Francis Kingdon-Ward
Editor: Hippocrene Books
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Empire Of The Drones

Author: Domenic Ferrari
Editor: Empire of the Drones
ISBN: 9781795265454
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Empire Of The Drones depicts a world where "Drones" have wedded with artificial intelligence and administered themselves into the fabric of society. In this first instalment, we see the drones effect on a group of hunters.

Hunting Paradise

Author: Bob Henneberger
Editor: Tempt Press
ISBN: 098301180X
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Although Hell can be portrayed as a vivid tangible landscape, in reality it's a mental backdrop. Loss of self respect and worth as well as a loss of purpose can plunge a person into his own hell on many levels. This tale explores the theme of loss and redemption by following two characters separated in time by four generations, each man dealing with a life crisis. One story, set in the later half of the nineteenth century, follows a white orphan boy raised by people of mixed race. He has never reconciled his self hatred, nor his love-hate relationship with the land that formed him. Set in the current time, the parallel story begins as four friends go on a hunting trip together. An unexpected storm triggers an accident, and leaves the four men stranded. The two stories intertwine through the experiences of the contemporary character, John, and his direct ancestor, Paul. During the contemporary hunting group's search for a way out of the unfamiliar woods, they are attacked, apparently by a group of ragged men dressed in nineteenth century clothes. John is wounded. As his friends try in vain to find civilization, John realizes that the increasingly strange events stem from a one hundred and fifty year old conflict that somehow centers around him. Whether he is hallucinating from injuries sustained in the original van wreck, or from injuries one hundred and fifty years old, he must resolve his ancestor's past conflicts to resolve his own.

Kamloops British Columbia Stands Unrivalled As The Hunters Paradise

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Willows California Hotel Barton

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The Giraffe Hunters

Author: Mayne Reid
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The Giraffe Hunters

Author: Mayne Reid
Editor: Good Press
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"The Giraffe Hunters" by Mayne Reid. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

The Culture Of Hunting In Canada

Author: Jean L. Manore
Editor: UBC Press
ISBN: 0774840064
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The Culture of Hunting in Canada covers elements of the history of hunting from the pre-colonial period until the present in all parts of Canada and features essays by practitioners and scholars of hunting and by pro- and anti-hunting lobbyists. The result crosses the boundaries between scholarship and personal reflection, and between academia and advocacy. Topics include hunting identities; conservation and its relationship to hunting; tensions between hunters and non-hunters and between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal hunting groups; hunting ethics; debates over hunting practices and regulations; animal rights; and gun control. This book makes an unprecedented contribution to the study of hunting in Canada and its role in our culture.

Field Stream

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FIELD & STREAM, America’s largest outdoor sports magazine, celebrates the outdoor experience with great stories, compelling photography, and sound advice while honoring the traditions hunters and fishermen have passed down for generations.

Hunting The Grisly And Other Sketches

Author: Theodore Roosevelt
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Hunting Scenes In The Wilds Of Africa

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Reclamation Era

Author: United States. Bureau of Reclamation
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The Fortnightly

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Minnesota A Sportsman S Paradise

Author: Tom Landwehr
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ISBN: 9780578485782
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What was it like to hunt in Minnesota in the late 1800s? Imagine an open prairie or virgin forest, teaming with game birds and big game. No bag limits existed at the time and the immigrant population of the state numbered only in the thousands.Windom was a bird hunter's paradise. Aitkin and Hallock drew big game hunters from the big cities on the east coast. Willmar, Bird Island and Sauk Centre were pioneer country, where prairies held millions of ducks and prairie grouse."Minnesota - a Sportsman's Paradise" gives a first-person narrative of what hunting was like in the 1850 - 1900 frontier of Minnesota. Gleaned from the pages of sporting publications of the day, here are the first European hunters with modern firearms retelling what they encountered on their hunting expeditions. Railroad cars brought them to St. Paul, Madelia and Brainerd, but only footpower and horses carried them beyond that.And what they describe is incredible to envision. Near cities whose names we recognize, and on lakes and rivers we still hunt, we are given vivid descriptions of the multitude of birds and game. Clouds of ducks, fields crawling with sharptailed grouse, herds of elk - all in places we still hunt today.And pictures! Amazing black and white photos showing the fruits of the labors. Appalling by today's standards, but bragging rights back then. Wagons full of gamebirds, bags of moose and deer that only a wilderness could provide. Only the social elite could afford to have a photograph, but here is the president of First National Bank, investors from New York, and other titans of industry and government.So come take a trip back in time. See how your favorite haunts were also enjoyed by hunters more than a century ago. It is an engaging and entertaining glimpse into the Sportsman's Paradise that was Minnesota.

Top Rated Bird Hunting

Author: Maurice Valerio
Editor: B2B Outdoors Llc
ISBN: 9781889807126
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Hunting Amern Imagination

Author: HERMAN DANIEL JUSTIN
Editor: Smithsonian Inst Press
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Traces the history of hunting in the United States, discussing how American hunters' ideas about who they were and what they represented has changed throughout the years.

Creepy Short Stories

Author: Joseph Exton
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781544153612
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A Ghost Hunter's Paradise: Inside the Scariest Places On Earth... Claim Your FREE Books Each Week With This Book! Some people are fascinated with the paranormal, and simply want to see something for themselves. Others feel compassion for these spirits, and are convinced that the only reason they are still on the planet is because they are not at rest... Regardless of why they're here, it's important to know that they really are, and these stories are here to prove it. I'm not going to tell you things people made up to scare you. I'm not going to tell you the urban legends or the old wives' tales people like to share around campfires or during sleepovers. I'm not going to tell you things that have been explained but others try to blame on the paranormal... No, in this book, I'm only going to tell you the tales that are true. The true paranormal experiences from around the world that are sure to keep you up at night. These stories come from everywhere -little country roads in the middle of Kentucky to incredible subway networks running underneath Sweden and everywhere in between. Get ready to embark on a journey of the supernatural, and get a glimpse of the real life things that take place in the world around you, every single day. These are the stories that can't be explained, just told... Here's A Preview Of What's In This Book... - Creepy Short Stories: The Eternal Resident of Apartment 514 - Creepy Short Stories: The Crawlspace Creature - Creepy Short Stories: The Murdered Mistress of the Library - Creepy Short Stories: England's Unfriendly Fairies - Creepy Short Stories: The Terrifying Life in the Porcelain Doll - Creepy Short Stories: The Mysterious Handprints on the Glass Much, much more!

Asian Folklore Studies

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Wildlife In North Carolina

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Chasing The Hunter S Dream

Author: Jeffrey Engel
Editor: Harper Paperbacks
ISBN: 9780061343827
File Size: 67,68 MB
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Under the guiding philosophy of "The Honorable Pursuit of Fish and Game," Jeff and Sherol Engel and James A. Swan present their expert advice on the most enjoyable and affordable places to hunt both big and small game throughout North America, Mexico, Africa, Asia, Europe, and Down Under. Organized by location, Chasing the Hunter's Dream covers the best hunting spots and possible game as well as outfitters, guides, and lodges. This book also serves up some tasty wild game recipes and shares inspiring stories of extraordinary, once-in-a-lifetime "dream hunts." The authors provide information on preparing for each hunt and how to get a trophy home, and they share wonderful hunting camp remembrances. Chasing the Hunter's Dream is for the modern hunter and those others who may wish to join them in enjoying the passion and the pleasure of hunting. Informative and inspiring, this is the one book that all hunters must own.