American Duck Shooting

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Stackpole Books, Aug 1, 1991 - Sports & Recreation - 627 pages
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This classic work on the art of duck shooting outlines its techniques, describes the various species of geese, swans, and ducks, and notes the causes of declining populations
 

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Contents

THE DUCK FAMILY
19
SWANS
33
GEESE AND BRANT
39
TREE DUCKS
75
THE TRUE DUCKS
81
EUROPEAN TEAL
116
DIVING DUCKS
143
FISH DUCKS
225
BRANT SHOOTING
279
DUCK SHOOTING
317
PART III
491
CHESAPEAKE BAY DOG
515
DECOYS
522
BLINDS BATTERIES AND BOATS
546
THE DECREASE OF WILDFOWL
576
CAUSES
582

PART II
239
GOOSE SHOOTING
250

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About the author (1991)

George Bird Grinnell was a man of diverse talents editor, author, traveler, and scientist. Born in 1849, he became, by turn of the century, one of the best-known and most popular interpreters of the American Indian.

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