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Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton, 1974
174 pages, monochrome photos. Very good copy in good dust jacket, In this book the author takes a break from deer culling/meat hunting and finds himself working for the rabbit board in Hawkes Bay. The quarry now rabbit, hare and oppossums.
After his adventures as a meat-shooter, so vividly described in Hunter by Profession, Philip Holden decided on a change of occupation
He rode a trail bike where before he had packed out carcasses on his shoulders. His quarry was ostensibly rabbits, hares, opossums, and he describes his reactions to this type of hunting with wry humour and frankness. But his heart was not really in it the barbarians of trapping, the pitiful results of poisoning were equally distasteful. Pretty good copy actually, no inscriptions. Jacket as seen in picture
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