Clearly illustrated and compared are the prints left by 27 of the most common small animals and 16 large game animals found in North America. Included with each entry are concise facts on identification and characteristics of each animal. Sixteen maps help in locating the range of some of the most unusual, seldom seen animals. Among the animals tracks identified are: Antelope; Badger; Buffalo; Bear (brown, black and polar); Mink; Otter; Rabbit and Wolf.
Laminated and waterproof The perfect size for pocket or vest Info on the casts and the basics Streamside Spey is the perfect little book to take to the stream, when you want to practice spey casting. Adopted from Simon Gawesworth's seminal work Spey Casting, the twelve pages of cards are the right size and format for using on the stream. Tips include notes on forward stroke, sinking line, common mistakes and how to correct them. 4 casts depicted are: single spey double spey snake roll snap t
Radical strategies for hunting the elusive and challenging black bear Detailed guide to bear biology and population information, including where to find monster bears and color-phase bears Essential bear country tips, including staying safe, field-judging trophy bears, and reading bear body language along with a complete rundown of North American bear hunting hotspots The black bear population has exploded, and as their numbers increase, so do hunting opportunities. Twenty-eight states now offer black bear seasons, and much of Canada boasts healthy, huntable bear populations. “i>Radical Bear Hunterpresents innovative approaches to give hunters an edge for success. Included is valuable biological information, tips for reading bear sign and determining a trophy, as well as proven strategies for baiting bears, hunting with hounds, spotting and stalking, and setting up scouting cameras. Hunters learn how to choose the right outfitter, or if they prefer, how to coordinate a do-it-yourself hunt. Scorzafava recounts his favorite bear hunts and shares some hair-raising close calls--radical experiences that will resonate with would-be adventurers.
• 70 color maps and insightful text tell the hour-by-hour story of the 3-day Battle of Gettysburg • Each map shows the same 3 1/2-by-4 1/2-mile view of the battlefield, allowing the reader to visualize the battle as it developed over the entire area, including key engagements, troop movements and positions, and locations of commanders • Sheds new light on important events such as the first clash west of town on July 1, the fighting for Cemetery Hill, the defense of Little Round Top, Pickett's Charge, and more • Crystal-clear maps and narrative make this an ideal introduction for newcomers while the unique approach offers fresh perspectives for those who've read every book on the battle • Perfect companion for battlefield visits and armchair-general debates