Testi: Herter George Leonard. pagg. 314; BN; rileg. rigida.
Original intention of this book was “to help the man who wants to hunt in Africa get something near a fair deal from the outfitters. .chances of getting a fair deal on most African hunts are far less than your chances in a gambling casino with marked cards.” Fascinating accounts of attitudes and circumstances in the 1960′s concerning animals and hunts include tales involving: hunts in Kenya’s Moyale Forbidden Country; poison arrow and Rhino; getting Masai Leopard for sure; African Cape Buffalo; elephant hunt; termite hill clay use; hyenas; baboon farming opportunity; gorilla; avoiding rip offs by Safari hunting guides; which guns to use; how to treat native Africans and how they will treat the client; hunting regulations for individual countries and specific animals (map names and boundaries of some countries have changed); Rare Trophy List and many more details.