4 edition of The living wilderness found in the catalog.
The living wilderness
Earl W. Hunt
Describes the wildlife existing in the woodland areas of northern United States and explores their relationship with their environment and each other.
|Statement||Earl W. Hunt ; ill. by George Overlie.|
|LC Classifications||QL155 .H86 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||126 p. :|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||76022449|
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For those who have been accustomed to reading books on wilderness skills that entertain but fall short of actually teaching you "how to" accomplish the tasks and skills at hand, this book is a pleasant surprise - written for those who wish to actually head into the wilderness and practice the skills of our ancestors.
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