The Whitehead Encyclopedia of Deer

The Whitehead Encyclopedia of Deer
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A remarkable and unique book reprinted due to popular demand, a source of information about all the world's deer species.

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A remarkable and unique book reprinted due to popular demand. A source of information about all the world's deer species, their distribution and every aspect of their biology, mythology, iconography and their place in the history and current practice of deer hunting and deer stalking.  Every imaginable aspect of these mammal's lives, lore and behaviour has been investigated in detail. In this unique volume a wealth of information about deer is concisely documented and cross referenced; illustrated with authoritive maps, diagrams and colour photographs.


It is also available on CD Rom.


THE AUTHOR
 
G Kenneth Whitehead's interest and involvement with deer dated back to 1930. As well as writing some ten books, he also assembled one of the largest private collections specialising in deer anywhere. He studied, hunted and photographed deer all over the world and he was both a founder member of the British Deer Society, and served as an expert member of the CIC for over thirty years.

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Sub Heading No
ISBN 9781853103629
Author G Kenneth Whitehead
Binding Hardback
Extent 300 x 215mm, 597 pages
Illustrations colour and black & white photographs throughout
Ebook No
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