Conservation

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Conservationist Gift Guide

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Edited by Bruce D. Leopold, Winifred B. Kessler, and James L. Cummins – A basic understanding of wildlife law and policy is essential knowledge for anyone who aspires to work in wildlife management and other natural resource fields. Now students and professionals have all the information they need in one comprehensive volume. The book’s extensive coverage makes it an excellent reference for anyone interested in natural resource management, public policy, or environmental law. Available in hardcover and e-book editions.
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Acclaimed wildlife artist John Seerey-Lester takes you on a historic journey in words and paintings that will make you feel as though you were there, sharing the exciting adventures with the former president in this limited edition book, The Legendary Hunts of Theodore Roosevelt .
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Naturally Healthy Game, Fish and Fowl Recipes for Everyday Chefs Looking for new ways to prepare the wild game you harvested this season? Do you want recipes that produce unique and delicious results? Do you need tips for processing your venison that will all but guarantee top-notch flavor?
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The Pursuit of Big Game for Life, Profit, and Sport, 1800-1900 By Richard C. Rattenbury Experience the grandeur, excitement, and peril of the quest for big game in the West from 1800-1900 in this vivid interpretation with engaging narrative, direct quotations, and historic imagery.
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Unlocking Incentives to Conserve Wildlife and Their Habitats LOWELL E. BAIER - WITH CHRISTOPHER E. SEGAL The only hope for successful conservation of America’s threatened, endangered, and at-risk wildlife is through voluntary, cooperative partnerships that focus on private land, where over 75% of at-risk species can be found. Private landowners form the bedrock of these partnerships, and they have a long history of rising to meet the challenge of conservation. But they can’t do it alone.
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George Bird Grinnell, co-founder of the Boone and Crockett Club and son of a New York merchant, saw a different future for a nation in the thrall of the Industrial Age. With railroads scarring virgin lands and the formerly vast buffalo herds decimated, the country faced a crossroads: Could it pursue Manifest Destiny without destroying its natural bounty and beauty? The alarm that Grinnell sounded would spark America’s conservation movement. Yet today his name has been forgotten―an omission that John Taliaferro’s commanding biography now sets right with historical care and narrative flair.
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This handy keychain keeps keys together. Made of soft-touch, flexible vinyl with silver split key ring fits right into their pockets. The powerful bison shape is the perfect symbol for hunter-conservationists. The bison measures 1-3/8" x 2-1/4" x 1/8".
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Wandering the High Lonesome By Jack Ward Thomas Wilderness is smooth sippin’-whiskey for the outdoorsman’s soul. But it’s also espresso for those determined to keep America’s wildest places untrammeled by man. For Jack Ward Thomas, it was both.
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A Conservationist's Trek to the Pinnacles of Natural Resource Leadership By Jack Ward Thomas When Jack Ward Thomas was named chief of the U.S. Forest Service in 1993, only twelve men had ever known the staggering responsibility, political pressure—and extraordinary opportunities to influence the future of America’s natural resources—that came with the job.
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SALE PRICE $39 – In the early 1980s the Boone and Crockett Club released a limited edition print and conservation stamp series in order to raise money for the purchase of the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch . Our fundraising goals were met and the purchase of the ranch came to fruition in 1984.

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"The wildlife and its habitat cannot speak. So we must and we will."

-Theodore Roosevelt