Nature, Animals, Wildlife
The Last Wildlife Control Officer in British Columbia
Thirty Years of Dealing with Problem Predators by Dennis Pemble and Karen Pemble
When Dennis Pemble was a kid, he never dreamed of becoming a wildlife control officer. After struggling in school because of a learning disability and being bullied by classmates, Pemble finally found his footing after discovering his aptitude for ...
An Introduction to Hunting for the Eco-Aware Who Think Hunting is Weird But Are Kind of Considering It by Thomas Hudson
Hunter Green is an essential primer for the urban, eco-conscious non-hunter who is curious about the idea of harvesting natural, organic, cruelty-free food from the natural world. These pages give even the ‘greenest’ novice a set of facts, tips and ...
500 Miles of Walks and Talks with an Old Fox by Jack Russell
Fox World, based on true events, takes the reader under the canopy of an urban forest on the outskirts of Washington, D.C. for a year-long walk with a weary sales executive and his muse, a wild red fox. Aged, ill and injured, both fox and man seek ...
Memories - Short Stories of the Outdoors
by Bill Keller
Memories — Short Stories of the Outdoors is a diverse collection of real-life tales by a passionate outdoorsman. There are so many wonderful ways to experience nature. Paddling, fishing, hunting, skiing, traveling, or simply being outdoors doing not ...
That Red Headed Yukon Guide and Trapper
by Terry Wilkinson
A Reader’s Digest of hunting and trapping Welcome to your vicarious wilderness adventure! With that red-headed Yukon guide and trapper as your leader, experience the joys and challenges of hunting and trapping … all without leaving your living room ...
One of Us
A Biologist's Walk Among Bears by Barrie K Gilbert
Barrie Gilbert’s fascination with grizzly bears almost got him killed in Yellowstone National Park. He recovered, returned to fieldwork and devoted the next several decades to understanding and protecting these often-maligned giants. He has spent ...
Here Comes the Moon
A Country Collection by Margaret Blair
This is a collection of clear-eyed, often humorous and always affectionate essays about the rural community where the author lives: the local wildlife, people who make a difference and daily life in general.