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Hunting the First State: A Guide to Delaware Hunting – Second Edition By Steven M. Kendus
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Perfectly situated on the eastern seaboard between the Chesapeake Bay to the west and the Delaware River, Delaware Bay, and Atlantic Ocean to the east, Delaware has proven to be a hunting paradise... More > for local sportsmen. For centuries, outdoorsmen and outdoorswomen have harvested the natural riches offered by the wild game that inhabit Delaware’s deciduous forests, salt and freshwater marshes, and cultivated crop fields. Common game, such as white-tailed deer, Canada geese, and varied species of ducks have been targeted by the majority of Delaware hunters, but woodcock, quail, snow geese, crows, squirrels, and rabbits are also plentiful in Delaware and provide Delaware sportsmen with hours of hunting enjoyment each season. Join Delawarean Steven Kendus as he uses his hunting wisdom, experience, and research to preserve Delaware’s hunting legacy by sharing important history, tactics, locations, tips, and tricks associated with Delaware hunting.< Less
Dan Carter-- Cub Scout By Mildred A. (Mildred Augustine) Wirt
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Mildred Augustine Wirt Benson (July 10, 1905 – May 28,... More > 2002) was an American journalist and author of children's books. She is best remembered for writing some of the earliest Nancy Drew mysteries and for creating the detective's adventurous personality. Benson wrote under the Stratemeyer Syndicate pen name, Carolyn Keene, from 1929 to 1947 and contributed to 23 of the first 30 originally published Nancy Drew mysteries which became bestsellers.Benson was born Mildred Augustine in Ladora, Iowa to Lillian and Dr. J. L. Augustine. Benson earned her degree in English from the University of Iowa in 1925. She later returned to the University and in 1927, became the first student there to earn a master's degree in journalism. She was married to Asa Wirt, who worked for the Associated Press. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mildred_Benson< Less
Is Life Worth Living Without Labs? By Jay
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Near the banks of the Missouri River in northwest Missouri is where Jay Gore spent the first 18 years of his life. At age 10, he hunted small game in woodlots at his families’ farm. He hunted... More > the millions of ducks and geese that used the Missouri River as a corridor for migration. This horde of waterfowl gave Mr. Gore the spark to pursue a career in wildlife management. He obtained BS (1963) and MS (1965) degrees at South Dakota State University and the University of Maine respectively. He was a senior waterfowl biologist for 6 years with the Tennessee Fish and Game Commission. He had a 30-year career with three Federal agencies, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and USDA Forest Service. His first Labrador retriever possessed him at age 26 while living in Tennessee. He often wonders why people make the mistake of owning dog breeds other than Labs. After all, Labs are the perfect dog, not that he’s biased or anything like that!< Less
It's, It's A Dog Named Blitz By Mike Sidders
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To one that hunts, a dog is never just a dog. The partnership and bonding between owner and dog often cement to a point where the dog becomes as much of a hunting buddy as any of the two-legged... More > kind. Simply put, the dog ultimately serves as confidant, comedian, and companion. And for one already in the midst of loss, the relationship is far deeper. It becomes one first of distraction, then of comfort, then of deep emotional bonding. Unfortunately, the relationship can end up as its own story of loss. It's, It's a Dog Named Blitz is the whirlwind story of a new puppy that came into a grieving young man's life, and how the relationship and adventures unfolded. It is a story about laughs, love, life, and loss, and how a rambunctious Yellow Labrador dog came to steal a breaking heart. 100% of any profits generated by the sale of this book will be donated to The Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration: ftd-picks.org and The Alzheimer's Association: alz.org.< Less
Is Life Worth Living Without Labs? By Jay
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Near the banks of the Missouri River in northwest Missouri is where Jay Gore spent the first 18 years of his life. At age 10, he hunted small game in woodlots at his families’ farm. He hunted... More > the millions of ducks and geese that used the Missouri River as a corridor for migration. This horde of waterfowl gave Mr. Gore the spark to pursue a career in wildlife management. He obtained BS (1963) and MS (1965) degrees at South Dakota State University and the University of Maine respectively. He was a senior waterfowl biologist for 6 years with the Tennessee Fish and Game Commission. He had a 30-year career with three Federal agencies, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and USDA Forest Service. His first Labrador retriever possessed him at age 26 while living in Tennessee. He often wonders why people make the mistake of owning dog breeds other than Labs. After all, Labs are the perfect dog, not that he’s biased or anything like that!< Less
Seasons With My Son, Volume 1 By Roy Pool
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A father and son, accompanied by six English setters, hunt the prairies of Montana and Kansas, in search of sharptail grouse, Hungarian partridge, pheasants, and bobwhite quail.
Going Wild With Forda Birds Volume One By John Andreoni
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A selection collection of newspaper columns dealing with hunting, fishing, conservation, Ohio history, and various other outdoor related topics written between 1969 and 1979 by John Andreoni. This is... More > Volume One of a planned four volume set covering 40 years of Andreoni's life as a local columnist.< Less
A Waterfowler's Tale: For Those Who Like to Hunt Ducks: Stories of Family, Hunting, Dogs, Decoys and Other Odds and Ends By Jay Gore
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One person's love affair with duck hunting, and all things that go with the sport: guns, dogs, decoys, duck conservation and photography. Near the banks of the Missouri River in northwest Missouri is... More > where Jay Gore spent much of the first 18 years of his life. At age 10, he hunted small game in woodlots on family farms. Millions of ducks and geese that used the Missouri River as a corridor for migration provided many opportunities to hone his waterfowling skills. Pursuing these waterfowl gave Mr. Gore the spark to pursue a career in wildlife management. He obtained BS (1963) and MS (1965) degrees at South Dakota State University and the University of Maine respectively. He was a senior waterfowl biologist for six years with the Tennessee Fish and Game Commission. He had a 30-year career with three Federal agencies, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and USDA Forest Service.< Less
A Waterfowler's Tale: For Those Who Like to Hunt Ducks By Jay Gore
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One person's love affair with duck hunting, and all things that go with the sport: guns, dogs, decoys, duck conservation and photography. Near the banks of the Missouri River in northwest Missouri... More > is where Jay Gore spent much of the first 18 years of his life. At age 10, he hunted small game in woodlots on family farms. Millions of ducks and geese that used the Missouri River as a corridor for migration provided many opportunities to hone his waterfowling skills. Pursuing these waterfowl gave Mr. Gore the spark to pursue a career in wildlife management. He obtained BS (1963) and MS (1965) degrees at South Dakota State University and the University of Maine respectively. He was a senior waterfowl biologist for six years with the Tennessee Fish and Game Commission. He had a 30-year career with three Federal agencies, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and USDA Forest Service.< Less
Philippine Birds Most of Them Endemic By Daniel Zimmermann
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The first article deals with the Philippine eagle, the national bird of the Philippines. Also treated are the Philippine serpent eagle, the Bukidnon woodcock, the Asian koel, the Philippine cockatoo,... More > the Palawan peacock pheasant, the Cebu flowerpecker, tbe Philippine megapode, the Mindoro imperial pigeon, the pink-bellied imperial pigeon, the spotted imperial pigeon, endemic Philippine doves of the genera Phapitreron and Ptilinopus, various endemic Philippine hornbills, and endemics of the genus Gallicolumba.< Less

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