In this beautifully illustrated book, Worth Mathewson vividly describes his bird-hunting adventures across North America. Over the course of thirty-nine years, Mathewson hunted all of the United States? and Canada?s native upland and legal shorebird species, from the band-tailed pigeon and mourning dove to the ruffed grouse and ring-necked pheasant. His memories of these hunts, accomplished in the company of friends, family, and faithful hunting dogs, are recounted here.About the Author:
Worth Mathewson is the author of nine books about birds and hunting, including Big December Canvasbacks, Old Wildfowling Tales, and Western Bird Hunting.David Hagerbaumer--waterfowler, naturalist, and artist--has spent most of his life drawing and painting birds.