Author(s): Daryl Marshall
136 pages, incl over 70 colour photos. Daryl Marshall, when a veterinary student was employed from 1965 by the Forest and Range Experiment Station (A branch of the Forestry Service) during his University vacations, doing ecological surveys on chamois, thar, red deer and wapiti. The amusing things that happened are captured plus the risky adventures experienced. Many later hunting trips to the West Coast, Fiordland and Stewart Island are described. This book is more a story of the hunters than one of shooting trophy animals.
Out of Print, can possibly source a second hand copy.
Foreward; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1, Into The Mountains; Chapter 2, Fit now in the Frances; Chapter 3, Swollen Rivers and Three Wipe-Outs; Chapter 4, Hunting in the Copland; Chapter 5, Shooting the Havelock; Chapter 6, The Grebe Valley; Chapter 7, Into the Wapiti Country; Chapter 8, The Lugar Burn and Mid Burn; Chapter 9, A Summer trip south for Deer, Thar & Chamois; Chapter 10, Meat Hunting; Chapter 11, By Helicopter into the Camelot; Chapter 12, The Hollyford and John O'Groats; Chapter 13, Sunnyside Station; Chapter 14, Hunting with Findlay Sutherland; Chapter 15, Bill and Nelson Thompson & the Generous Brothers; Chapter 16, Stewart Island; Chapter 17, Hunting with Kevin & George; Chapter 18, The Awe Burn and Wet Again; Chapter 19, Jeremy has the last word; Index