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B&C Classics By Theodore Roosevelt Follow B&C founder Theodore Roosevelt during his time in the Dakotas and Montana beginning in 1884. Upon his return from this particular sojourn out west he promptly organized a formal dinner with his friends and colleagues in December 1887 and formed the Boone and Crockett Club. In Ranch Life and the Hunting-Trail , Roosevelt records his experiences from his hunting adventures, the people and animals that he encounters, the excitement of the round up, to the everyday life on the ranch.
B&C Classics Series By Charles Sheldon Join Sheldon on his two years of field experiences while engaged in studying wild sheep of Yukon Territory from 1904 to 1905. This detailed account is strictly from the point of view of a hunter interested in natural history. Sheldon traveled by steamboat, canoe, pack horses and on foot as he was accompanied by other well known explorers of his generation such as Frederick C. Selous , William H. Osgood, and Carl Rungius . The Wilderness of the Upper Yukon is profusely illustrated with nearly 100 photographs and paintings from the trip including four detailed maps of his travels.
B&C Classics By Frederick C. Selous Follow noted adventurer Frederick Courteney Selous as he spends nine years amongst the game of the far interior of South Africa as a professional hunter beginning in 1871 at the young age of 20.
B&C Classics By Theodore Roosevelt Relive Roosevelt’s account of his African wanderings as an American hunter-naturalist in African Game-Trails . This edition includes over 100 refined photographs, drawings, and maps from the original publication as well as bonus images not found in other editions.
Readers will join early B&C members William T. Hornaday and John M. Phillips as they travel through the mountains in British Columbia by horseback on an expedition to collect museum specimens and to hunt for the region’s various big game animals.
Follow B&C member W. Douglas Burden and his wife on their expedition to the Dutch East Indies in the 1920s in search of what many considered direct descendants of dinosaurs and what others thought a be true dragons—the impressive and fierce Komodo dragon. Not only did their party find the giant lizards, they were able harvest many for display in museums as well as capture live specimens, which became a tourist attraction in New York City. Much like the movie King Kong, which was inspired by Burden’s book.
Follow Boone and Crockett Club member William T. Hornaday on his month-long expedition in November of 1907 to the uncharted lavascape of southern Arizona and northern Mexico to an area known as the Pinacate region. Hornaday is joined by John M. Phillips who had accompanied him two years earlier in the Great North, chronicled in Camp-Fires in the Canadian Rockies .
Follow B&C member and explorer Frederick Courteney Selous on his hunting adventures for moose and caribou, and a vast array of other game, primarily by traversing rivers and lakes by canoe. Experience a first-hand account his first moose hunt in Canada, along with adventures in caribou hunting in Newfoundland and the Yukon Territory. He was accompanied by B&C members, Charles Sheldon, William Osgood, and Carl Rungius throughout his adventures.
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Join early Boone and Crockett members as they go in search of mysterious dragons in the Far East ( Dragon Lizards of Komodo ), explore uncharted regions of the Sonoran Desert ( Camp-Fires on Desert and Lava ), and hunt for moose, sheep and caribou in Newfoundland and the Yukon ( Recent Hunting...
In the latest release from the Boone and Crockett Club’s Classics Series, you travel to a far away land of living dinosaurs, lava-spewing volcanoes, and, of course, there’s King Kong.

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