Ways of the Wild
By Albert E. Spring
After 50 years as a gamekeeper, Albert Spring is a staunch believer in the necessity of keeping a tight control on predator populations by trapping and hunting. With hedgerows and other habitats fast disappearing, he believes the only way to prevent other animal populations spiraling out of control is steady, well-managed culling. WIthout minimizing the harshness of the methods used by keeps and the very large numbers involved in culls, Spring gives readers an unvarnished account of exactly how to keep down rabbits and foxes, rats and weasels, magpies and crows.
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