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Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: Stackpole Books
For years, Charles Fergus chronicled his outdoor activities in the Pennsylvania Game News' popular 'Thornapples' column and other magazines. Some of the best of his writings are now collected in this illustrated volume. Following a fox, gathering nuts, watching fireflies, tracking a bear, listening to peepers, hunting deer, searching for giant trees, camping alone -- a year of adventures and rambles in the natural world, all described in vivid detail and filled with the timeless spirit of the great outdoors.Fergus, Charles is the author of 'Thornapples The Comings, Goings, and Outdoor Doings of a Naturalist', published 2001 under ISBN 9780811729468 and ISBN 081172946X.
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