Big Game

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ISBN: 9781481423342
Release Date: 2016-10-11
Number of pages: 368
Author: Stuart Gibbs
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Big Game in PDF and EPUB "Someone is trying to hunt FunJungle's Asian greater one-horned rhinoceros, and twelve-year-old Teddy Fitzroy is on the case"--


Big Game

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ISBN: 9781909489950
Release Date: 2014-12-26
Number of pages: 256
Author: Dan Smith
Publisher: Scholastic UK

Download and read online Big Game in PDF and EPUB 13-year-old Oskari stumbles upon an escape pod from shot-down Air Force One, protecting none other than the President of the United States. So begins an extraordinary survival race against a powerful and deadly enemy ...


Bat s Big Game

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ISBN: 9781480490895
Release Date: 2014-03-18
Number of pages: 32
Author: Margaret Read MacDonald
Publisher: Open Road Media

Download and read online Bat s Big Game in PDF and EPUB The Animals and Birds are getting ready for the big game. Bat wants to win win win—which team will he play on? The Animals look strong and fast, so Bat picks that side. A bat has fur and teeth, after all. But when the Animals fall behind, Bat switches to the Bird team—doesn’t a bat have wings? Maybe the Birds will win! Silly Bat learns a lesson about team spirit in this lively tale retold by renowned storyteller Margaret Read MacDonald. Artist Eugenia Nobati’s animals add plenty of style and fun.


Exposing the Big Game

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ISBN: 9781846948091
Release Date: 2012-06-29
Number of pages: 196
Author: Jim Robertson
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

Download and read online Exposing the Big Game in PDF and EPUB Exposing the Big Game challenges the archaic, yet officially endorsed, viewpoint that the primary value of wildlife in America is to provide cheap entertainment for anyone with a gun and an unwholesome urge to kill. Portraits and portrayals of tolerant bears, loquacious prairie dogs, temperamental wolves, high-spirited ravens and benevolent bison will leave readers with a deeper appreciation of our fellow beings as sovereign individuals, each with their own unique personalities. Above all, this book is a condemnation of violence against animals, both historic and ongoing. It explores the true, sinister motives behind hunting and trapping, dispelling the myths that sportsmen use to justify their brutal acts. Exposing the Big Game takes on hunting and defends the animals with equal passion, while urging us to expand our circle of compassion and reexamine our stance on killing for sport.


Big Game Habitat Management

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ISBN: IND:30000036889586
Release Date: 1993
Number of pages: 76
Author:
Publisher:

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The Paleoanthropology and Archaeology of Big Game Hunting

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ISBN: 1441967338
Release Date: 2010-09-08
Number of pages: 233
Author: John D. Speth
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online The Paleoanthropology and Archaeology of Big Game Hunting in PDF and EPUB Since its inception, paleoanthropology has been closely wedded to the idea that big-game hunting by our hominin ancestors arose, first and foremost, as a means for acquiring energy and vital nutrients. This assumption has rarely been questioned, and seems intuitively obvious—meat is a nutrient-rich food with the ideal array of amino acids, and big animals provide meat in large, convenient packages. Through new research, the author of this volume provides a strong argument that the primary goals of big-game hunting were actually social and political—increasing hunter’s prestige and standing—and that the nutritional component was just an added bonus. Through a comprehensive, interdisciplinary research approach, the author examines the historical and current perceptions of protein as an important nutrient source, the biological impact of a high-protein diet and the evidence of this in the archaeological record, and provides a compelling reexamination of this long-held conclusion. This volume will be of interest to researchers in Archaeology, Evolutionary Biology, and Paleoanthropology, particularly those studying diet and nutrition.


American Big Game Hunting

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ISBN: 9781473388611
Release Date: 2013-04-16
Number of pages: 398
Author: Theodore Roosevelt
Publisher: Read Books Ltd

Download and read online American Big Game Hunting in PDF and EPUB Originally published in 1893, this absorbing collection of American Big game Hunting is a fascinating read for any hunting enthusiast. Extensively illustrated and with tales from various authors this work is thoroughly recommended for inclusion on the bookshelf of all who are interested in Big Game hunting. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.


The Complete Guide to Hunting Butchering and Cooking Wild Game

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ISBN: 9780812994070
Release Date: 2015-08-18
Number of pages: 416
Author: Steven Rinella
Publisher: Spiegel & Grau

Download and read online The Complete Guide to Hunting Butchering and Cooking Wild Game in PDF and EPUB A comprehensive big-game hunting guide for hunters ranging from first-time novices to seasoned experts, with more than 400 full-color photographs, including work by renowned outdoor photographer John Hafner Steven Rinella was raised in a hunting family and has been pursuing wild game his entire life. In this first-ever complete guide to hunting—from hunting an animal to butchering and cooking it—the host of the popular hunting show MeatEater shares his own expertise with us, and imparts strategies and tactics from many of the most experienced hunters in the United States as well. This invaluable book includes • recommendations on what equipment you will need—and what you can do without—from clothing to cutlery to camping gear to weapons • basic and advanced hunting strategies, including spot-and-stalk hunting, ambush hunting, still hunting, drive hunting, and backpack hunting • how to effectively use decoys and calling for big game • how to find hunting locations, on both public and private land, and how to locate areas that other hunters aren’t using • how and when to scout hunting locations for maximum effectiveness • basic information on procuring hunting tags, including limited-entry “draw” tags • a species-by-species description of fourteen big-game animals, from their mating rituals and preferred habitats to the best hunting techniques—both firearm and archery—for each species • how to plan and pack for backcountry hunts • instructions on how to break down any big-game animal and transport it from your hunting site • how to butcher your own big-game animals and select the proper cuts for sausages, roasts, and steaks, and how to utilize underappreciated cuts such as ribs and shanks • cooking techniques and recipes, for both outdoor and indoor preparation of wild game


In Africa Hunting Adventures in Big Game Country 1910

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ISBN: 9781473360716
Release Date: 2016-03-09
Number of pages: 536
Author: McCutcheon, John T.
Publisher: Read Books Ltd

Download and read online In Africa Hunting Adventures in Big Game Country 1910 in PDF and EPUB This vintage book contains a collection of authentic anecdotes and stories relating to big game hunting in Africa. This insightful and profusely illustrated volume will appeal to modern hunting enthusiasts, and it is not to be missed by collectors of vintage hunting literature. Contents include: “The Preparation for Departure. Experiences with Willing Friends and Advisers”, “The First Half of the Voyage. From Naples to the Red Sea, with a Few Side-Lights on Indian Ocean Travel”, “The Island of Mombasa, with the Jungles of Equatorial Africa 'Only a Few Blocks Away.' A Story of the World's Champion Man-Eating Lions”, “On the Edge of the Athi Plains, Face to Face with Herds of Wild Game. Up in a Balloon in Nairobi”, et cetera. Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction. This book was first published in 1910.


Making the Big Game

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ISBN: 9781936401079
Release Date: 2009-03-09
Number of pages:
Author: Jeffrey Fekete
Publisher: Publish Green

Download and read online Making the Big Game in PDF and EPUB From Pop Warner leagues to the pros, football players dream of reaching the Super Bowl. Fans also dream of securing perhaps the hottest single ticket in sports. Most experience the Big Game as part of a massive television audience. However, making "the Big Game" in person as an average fan has become a daunting challenge, both financially and emotionally. Making the Big Game: Tales of an Accidental Spectator traces the true story of one fan's unexpected journey to witness one of the most unlikely upsets in the history of the NFL. Along the way, the author discovers the quirks of the Super Bowl Lottery, internet frauds, high-tech scalpers, and fan legacies. Making the Big Game wraps stories of life, work, and relationships around a frantic and often humorous countdown to game day beginning with a casual dinner table conversation and ending among screaming diehard fans. More than an upper deck account of the New York Giants' stunning Super Bowl XLII upset over the New England Patriots, this story also offers the perspective of an everyday fan and part-time sports business insider. Jeffrey Fekete weaves a personal narrative of family, regional loyalties, and modern American culture. He delves into childhood memories and adult experiences. He explores the roots of his own fan tendencies while contemplating our national fixation on athlete heroes and franchises with billion dollar market valuations. Fekete's late pursuit of game tickets starts with a New York Giants season ticket holder and is quickly complicated by time constraints, logistics, personal matters, and ultimately a wild ride through the shadowy and speculative online world of ticket scalping. Peter Schrager of Fox Sports would later describe Fekete's road to Super Bowl as an "Accidental Spectator" this way. "As improbable as Eli Manning's journey to the Vince Lombardi Trophy might have been, Fekete's path to the University of Phoenix Stadium that evening may have been even more unbelievable. Making The Big Game: Tales of an Accidental Spectator is the story of an Average Joe defying the odds and getting to the Super Bowl." Making The Big Game pays due respect to the development of football as a sport and entertainment spectacle. The New York Giants stunning upset victory in Super Bowl XLII is chronicled for comprehension by both avid and casual fans. However, the perspective is not that of the detached sports journalist, athlete participant, or starstruck fan. The accounts are personal, well-informed, street smart, and socially conscious. In Making The Big Game, the Super Bowl serves as an iconic reflection of American culture in unsettled times. Daniel LeBryk, an Amazon Top 100 reader reviewer, reflected thoughts on Making The Big Game as a less than rabid sports fan. "Reading a book about football is not exactly something I would normally enjoy. The author managed to make this whole adventure interesting. His build up stories were perfect. He drew me in and got me interested in something I wouldn't normally care much about. Thank you for a wonderful book."


Big Game Small World

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ISBN: 9780446561310
Release Date: 2010-05-30
Number of pages: 300
Author: Alexander Wolff
Publisher: Hachette UK

Download and read online Big Game Small World in PDF and EPUB Alex Wolff canvasses the globe and travels to 16 different countries (and 10 states in the U.S.) to find out exactly why basketball has become a worldwide phenomenon. Whether it's in a pick-up game on the Royal court in Bhutan, in the heart of a former female college player of the year turned cloistered nun, in the tragedy of the legendary junior national team in war torn Yugoslavia, or in the life's work of one of the greatest players to ever play in the NBA, Alex Wolff discovers that basketball can define an individual, a race, a culture, and in some instances even a country. Fusing John Feinstein's talent for finding the human drama behind sport with Bill Bryson's travelogue style, Wolff shows how the power and love of basketball extends to the four corners of the earth and engages people of all cultures, races, genders, and generations.


Images of North American Big Game

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ISBN: 9781435700765
Release Date: 2007-11
Number of pages: 108
Author: Joyce Martin
Publisher: Lulu.com

Download and read online Images of North American Big Game in PDF and EPUB There are a large number of mammals found in North America, but none capture the imagination as much as the "Big Game" species. This is primarily a book of photographs of those big game animals. Fifteen species are presented in this book, which include many but not all North American big games species. For each big game species a brief discussion of their characteristics is provided followed by photographs illustrating those characteristics and their behavior.


American Big game Hunting

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ISBN: HARVARD:HN5S2L
Release Date: 1893
Number of pages: 345
Author: Theodore Roosevelt
Publisher: Edinburgh : D. Douglas

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Creating the Big Game

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ISBN: 0313284040
Release Date: 1992-01-01
Number of pages: 269
Author: Wiley Lee Umphlett
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

Download and read online Creating the Big Game in PDF and EPUB This book is a bio-cultural examination of John William Heisman, his times, and his many contributions to the development of intercollegiate football in America. In singling out his many contributions to the development of football (in particular, his championing of the forward pass), this book not only tells the story of Heisman's life but also reveals him in relationship to his time. This is the story of how an indigenous American public ritual--the Big Game--came about and how college football developed into the complex, problematic, and highly structured big business that it is today.


Big Game Hunting

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ISBN: UCAL:$B25448
Release Date: 1948
Number of pages: 420
Author: Elmer Keith
Publisher:

Download and read online Big Game Hunting in PDF and EPUB America's most noted guide, hunter and gun expert shares his vast knowledge of hunting methods and equipment, his keen insight into natural history and the fruits of his many exciting and revealing experiences in the wilds of North America.