by Mark Parman
University of Wisconsin Press, 2018
eISBN: 978-0-299-31758-4 | Cloth: 978-0-299-31750-8
Library of Congress Classification SK325.G7P268 2018
Dewey Decimal Classification 799.2463

Following his English setters into thickets in search of grouse and woodcock, Mark Parman feels the pull of older ways and lost wisdom. How rare it is, in our high-tech world, to find oneself completely off the track, bewildered in the wild, and then find the path home by sight and scent and memory.

Among the Aspen interweaves tales of companionable dogs, lucky hunts, and favorite coverts where quarry lurks with ruminations on the demise of hunting traditions, the sale of public lands and the privatization of places to hunt, the growing indifference to science, and the loss of wilderness on a planet increasingly transformed by the sprawl of humanity.

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