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Rookmarsh Books, Mar 16, 2009 - 148 pages
Given enthusiastic reviews in the British 'Shooting Times', 'Deer', and other magazines, this book holds numerous tales of very close encounters with Britain's wildlife, - animals, birds and even fish seldom seen by the public but encountered by the author during his silent and concealed vigils while out deer stalking, pigeon shooting, or fly fishing in the hours of darkness for the enigmatic seatrout in his native Welsh river. A 'must-read' for anyone interested in Britain's countryside and the wildlife it supports.

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