Synopses & Reviews
The Complete Book of North American Waterfowling is a vivid, memorable portrait of the world of waterfowl hunting - from its earliest days through the emergence of the market hunter to the time of the modern hunter and conservationist.In this extremely informative work, the author gives the reader insight into the natural history of the major ducks and geese, together with advice on how to hunt them in areas ranging from the Far North to the Gulf Coast. Reiger also includes a thorough look at such popular adjuncts of the sport as the craft of the decoy and waterfowling prints. In all, this is an indispensable addition to any waterfowler's library, from the novice to the expert. (7 X 10, 304 pages, b&w photos, illustrations)
A look at the history and practice of hunting American waterfowl.