Game Wars: The Undercover Pursuit of Wildlife Poachers

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Viking, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 294 pages
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An unprecedented and explosive report from the front lines of conservation; the story of the men and women who infiltrate poaching rings in the fight to thwart the full-scale extermination of endangered species. Marc Reisner offers a stunningly written first-hand account of how these agents operate and the harrowing dangers they face minute-to-minute.

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Poaching is a term usually associated with illicit hunting and trade of wild animals in Third World countries. In this page-turner of a book, Reisner, author of Cadillac Desert ( LJ 8/86), introduces ... Read full review

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PART II
77
Sacalait
169
Loss
229
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