THE HUNTING INSTINCT
Author: Philip D. Rowter
Publisher: SAFARI PRESS, Sep 2004
Safari Chronicles from the Republic of South Africa & Namibia 1990-1998. This captivating & highly entertaining book also provides biological info on the Big Five & most plains game species encountered. Illus; 6x9 inches, 237 pgs.
The Hunting Instinct is a well-illustrated and action-packed chronicle about Philip D. Rowter?s hunting experiences in South Africa and Namibia, covering eight safaris from 1990 to 1998. Apart from taking the reader in search of trophy game, this captivating and highly entertaining book also provides biological information on the Big Five and most plains game species encountered and hunted along the hot, dusty, insect-bitten, snake-ridden way. It tells the story of game and environmental conservation efforts, encounters with various dangerous creatures, and death under the African sun. The fast-paced text has been forged from Rowter's experiences and is a true tale crammed full with the thrills, dangers, and disappointments of the chase. It is about the persistent instinct called hunting.
* Not Sold in Bookstores
* Series: Volume 29 in Safari Press's Classics in African Hunting Series.
* Limitation: 1st edn, ltd to 1000 signed, numbered, & slipcased copies.