10 Must-Read Nonfiction Nature Books for Outdoor Enthusiasts

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  • Casey's avatar

    This one's interesting

  • Casey's avatar

    Another idea

  • Zach's avatar

    I love Jim Kjelgaard. A bunch of his books were reprinted.

  • Kc's avatar

    Peter Geyser is interesting

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  • Corey's avatar

    Pretty much anything from Townsend’s.com. They sell historical books from the 18th and 19th centuries

  • Kyle's avatar

    Tigrero by Sasha Simmel and The Nan Eaters of Kumaon by Jim Corbitt are fantastic big cat hunting stories

  • Kyle's avatar

    *Man eaters lol

  • Wild's avatar

    Thanks everyone for the books suggestions. I’m going to look into them.

  • Corey's avatar

    @Kyle excellent book

  • Keith's avatar

    Trails of a Wilderness Wanderer is one of the best books I've read. I have collected a lot of books by Clyde Ormond. He wrote a lot of "how to hunt ___" books back in the 60s. The information is a bit dated but the wisdom he passed on is timeless.

  • Old Wildfowling Tales is a fun collection to track down. Sand Lake Press

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