North American Big Game Hunting

New York: Winchester Press, (1974). Profusely illustrated.
First edition.
Octavo, green cloth lettered in gilt, pictorial dust jacket (fine). As new.

In this book, Bryon Dalrymple shares his knowledge of techniques mastered in four decades of hunting across the United States as well as Canada and Mexico. Added to his knowledge are special sections by other experts: Erwin A Bauer on hunting bears and on dealing with guide-outfitters; Hal Swiggett on choosing the right rifle; Charles Elliott on sheep and caribou. There's even a chapter on the exotic horned and antlered trophies –from Barbary sheep to mouflon to blackbuck and nilgai– that have been established in the Southwest. Dalrymple himself covers the hunting of exotics in his home state of Texas, and William S. Huey, New Mexico's Chief of Game and Fish Management, deals with species successfully introduced in his state.

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