Grouse Feathers

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Ghose Press #ad - A wonderful almost autobiography detailing the life of a keen grouse hunter from boyhood to fully fledged hunter.

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More Grouse Feathers

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Random House Value Publishing #ad - Used. Ships direct from Amazon! .

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Among the Aspen: Northwoods Grouse and Woodcock Hunting

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University of Wisconsin Press #ad - Following his english setters into thickets in search of grouse and woodcock, Mark Parman feels the pull of older ways and lost wisdom. How rare it is, bewildered in the wild, to find oneself completely off the track, in our high-tech world, and then find the path home by sight and scent and memory. Among the aspen interweaves tales of companionable dogs, lucky hunts, the growing indifference to science, the sale of public lands and the privatization of places to hunt, and favorite coverts where quarry lurks with ruminations on the demise of hunting traditions, and the loss of wilderness on a planet increasingly transformed by the sprawl of humanity.

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A Grouse Hunter's Almanac: The Other Kind of Hunting

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University of Wisconsin Press #ad - Like that earlier grouse hunter Aldo Leopold, Mark Parman takes to the woods when the aspens are smoky gold. Parman stakes out original territory and provides a vivid snapshot of the Northwoods. John motoviloff, author of wisconsin Wildfoods: 100 Recipes for Badger State Bounties"Extremely rich and detailed.

Here, and holds a bird in hand, in an evocative almanac that chronicles the early season of the grouse hunt through its end in the snows of January, thrills to the sudden flush of beating wings, Parman follows his dog through the changing trees and foliage, thankful for the meal it will provide. A grouse hunter's almanac delves into the mind of a hunter, exploring the Northwoods with an eye for more than just game.

A Grouse Hunter's Almanac: The Other Kind of Hunting #ad - Notable and quotable. Parman puts forth original and genuine experiences. Richard yatzeck, author of Hunting the Edges. Distilling twenty seasons of grouse hunting into these essays, wildlife art, cover and clear cutting, climate change, he writes of old dogs and gun lust, companions male and female, and stumps.

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Grouse and Grouse Hunting

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Crown Publishers #ad - The history, habitat, habits, and methods of hunting one of America's great game birds, the Grouse! The book is illustrated with more that 60 black & white photographs. Photographs.

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Endless October: Short stories from a traveling bird hunter

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Independently published #ad - For a traveling bird hunter, October is heaven on Earth. Photographs. You will feel the wind, see the sunset, smell the prairie, hear the exploding flush, and taste sweet victory in the win. Every fall, he turns his truck north and west to match wits with grouse, quail, pheasant, and Chukar. He is a story-teller, dog trainer, wingshooter, and wandering bird dog man.

It's randy's favorite month. He will take you west to Montana and Arizona, north to Michigan and Wisconsin, and south to Georgia. He takes us through the years and the dogs. Puppies grow up, and old dogs die, but the yearning and restlessness never leave until that glorious month of October. He tells the stories of coveys flushing, quail running, roosters cackling, family, shotguns, and even one unlucky yard chicken.

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Fall of Woodcock: A Season's Worth of Tales on Hunting a Most Elusive Little Game Bird

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Skyhorse Publishing #ad - Those familiar with the magic and mystery of the American woodcock are sure to find a kindred spirit here. Skyhorse publishing is proud to publish a broad range of books for hunters and firearms enthusiasts. A fall of woodcock into a covert you have either chosen or to which you have been directed is a magic all its own, ” Tom Huggler writes in this book devoted to the woodcock and to those who await the return to their favorite coverts each autumn.

We publish books on deer hunting, duck blinds, bowhunting, turkey hunting, wing shooting, small game hunting, hunting dogs, wing shooting, big game hunting, deer stands, and more. Photographs. G. While not every title we publish becomes a new York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to publishing books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked by other publishers and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

Fall of Woodcock: A Season's Worth of Tales on Hunting a Most Elusive Little Game Bird #ad - This book, casts a similar spell as it chronicles tom’s travels to New England, Maine, then back to his beloved Michigan in search of a better understanding of the woodcock, the Maritimes, Louisiana, with a new introduction by Charley Waterman, and finally, a better understanding of himself. Like the annual migratory flights of the woodcock, but rather meanders along the main currents and causeways of Huggler’s life, A Fall of Woodcock follows no particular line, dropping down here and there in places that both sustain it and give it meaning.

Tap” Tapply. Huggler also traces his evolution from a run-and-gun birder to a slower but surer hunter who sets his own pace and his own bag limits.

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New England Grouse Shooting

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Charles Scribner's Sons #ad - The hard covers are in excellent condition with a small white spot on the spine. Photographs. The interior has a note on the first page inside the front cover, book given as a gift. The binding is solid and fully intact. This is an oversize hard cover book without a dust jacket. Published in 1970 by Charles Scribner's Son, New York.

. Otherwise there are very little signs of wear or use. Otherwise, it is free and clear of any marks or writing.

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Drummer in the Woods

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Stackpole Books #ad - Photographs. Drummer in the Woods is a Stackpole Books publication.

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Upland Autumn: Birds, Dogs, and Shotgun Shells

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Skyhorse #ad - Photographs. William tapply was a devoted and passionate grouse hunter, and a friend or two and roamed the hills and valleys of New England every autumn, his gundog, who took his twenty-gauge Parker, seeking an elusive bird not much larger than your hand. In this collection of twenty stories, tapply takes us along as he explores new coverts, tromps through old ones, all previously published in such magazines as Field & Stream and Shooting Sportsman, makes great shots and memorable misses, and reminisces with old friends about hunting in the good old days.

Used book in Good Condition. And, of course, you’ll get to hunt with Tapply’s dogs, including Burt, his faithful Brittany. Tapply’s knack for evoking the subtle, places, telling details of people, and things will hit home with every reader. You’ll also get to meet the friends of bill’s father, men such as Frank Woolner and Burton Spiller, men who helped establish the traditions associated with upland bird hunting.

Upland Autumn: Birds, Dogs, and Shotgun Shells #ad - Through these pages, you’ll meet tapply’s father, but also how to appreciate the woods, the waters, a Field & Stream contributor who took young Bill along on hunts and taught him not only how to shoot, and an elusive little bird that has such a devoted following. If you yearn for crisp autumn days, the tinkle of a dog’s bell in thick cover, and the explosive whir as a grouse blasts into the air; if the smell of woodsmoke, blazing foliage, apple orchards, and gunpowder stirs something in your soul; then Upland Autumn is the book for you.

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Drummer in the Woods

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Stackpole Books #ad - Photographs. Used book in Good Condition.

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