FIELD AND FOREST: CLASSIC HUNTING STORIES
Author: Stephen J. Bodio
Publisher: GLOBE PEQUOT ( THE LYONS PRESS, FALCON), Sep 2013
Two of the greatest pursuits, writing & hunting, meet in one superb volume. Contains stories from Theodore Roosevelt, Zane Grey, Roy Chapman Andrews, and more. 7.9 x 5.4 inches, 336 pgs.
For hunters, listening to the accounts of kindred spirits recalling the drama and action that go with good days afield ranks among life's most pleasurable activities. This newly updated volume - with an introduction by editor Stephen J. Bodio -- contains some of the best hunting tales ever written, stories that sweep from charging elephants in the African bush to mountain goats in the mountain crags of the Rockies, from the gallant bird dogs of the Southern pinelands to the great Western hunts of Theodore Roosevelt.
The Wilderness Hunter by Theodore Roosevelt
Tige?s Lion by Zane Grey
Lobo: The King of Currumpaw by Ernest Seton-Thompson
My Antelope by Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson
The Alaskan Grizzly by Harold McCracken
Wolf-Hunting in Russia by Henry T. Allen
Hunting on the Turin Plain by Roy Chapman Andrews
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Stephen J. Bodio is a naturalist & acclaimed author who has written several books about the natural world, including An Etermity of Eagles & Eagle Dreams. He has lived in rural New Mexico for three decades.