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Year of the pig

Author: Mark J Hainds
Publisher: Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Year of the Pig is a personal account of one avid hunter's pursuit of wild pigs in eleven American states. Mark Hainds tied his mission to the Chinese calendar's Year of the Pig in 2007 and journeyed through longleaf forests, cypress swamps, and wiliwili forests in search of his prey. He used a range of weaponsblack-powder rifle, bow and arrow, knife, and high-powered rifleand various methods to stalk his quarry  Read more...
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Named Person: Mark J Hainds; Mark J Hainds
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark J Hainds
ISBN: 9780817356705 0817356703 9780817385637 0817385630
OCLC Number: 706463001
Description: xvi, 248 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Contents: Contents Foreword by Steven Ditchkoff Foreword by Mark Bailey Acknowledgments Prologue 1. Longleaf 2. Titi 3. Over Bait 4. Privet 5. Oak/Hickory 6. Ironwood 7. Death in the Wiliwili 8. Beaver Pond 9. Hill Country 10. Blue Palm 11. Chufas 12. Collateral Damage 13. Old Growth 14. Ozarks 15. A Long Walk 16. Food Plot 17. Slash Pine 18. Saw Palmetto 19. Dog Fennel 20. Valley Oaks 21. Inside the Fence 22. Bahia Grass 23. Peanuts 24. Eating the Pig Conclusion Epilogue Further Reading Illustrations follow page 000
Responsibility: Mark J. Hainds.

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Year of the Pig is a personal account of one avid hunter's pursuit of wild pigs in eleven American states. Mark Hainds tied his mission to the Chinese calendar's Year of the Pig in 2007 and journeyed through longleaf forests, cypress swamps, and wiliwili forests in search of his prey. He used a range of weaponsblack-powder rifle, bow and arrow, knife, and high-powered rifleand various methods to stalk his quarry through titi, saw palmetto, privet hedge, and blue palms.

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