Good Hunting: In Pursuit of Big Game in the West

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Theodore Roosevelt was one of the most passionate of natural conservationsts having establish five national parks, 18 national monuments, and 150 national forests and other protected areas. Part of his enchantment with the wild lands of the American West was big game hunting. These chapters were originally published in Harper’s Round Table, stories of the elk, bear, wolf, antelopes, and goats, concluding with a view of ranching. - Summary by Larry Wilson (1 hr 20 min)


Publisher’s Note 2:08 Read by Larry Wilson
The Wapiti, or Round-horned Elk 11:47 Read by Laurie Banza
A Cattle-killing Bear 10:40 Read by Jddykst
A Christmas Buck 11:05 Read by Kerry Adams
The Timber-wolf 11:10 Read by gonzo193
Shooting the Prong-buck 12:22 Read by EdFoster
A Tame White Goat 9:31 Read by ostrichreads
Ranching 11:42 Read by BettyB