I know some of you think we ignore your suggestions for new titles, but some time last year after the BOG meetings, there was some discussion of Ralph Flowers' book, "The Education of a Bear Hunter". Ralph was a government hunter in Washington's Olympic Peninsula, who was charged with reducing black bear numbers. In his 20-year career he took many black bears, many by foot-snares. We have been looking for this book for some time, and finally have a limited quantity in stock for those interested.
It's a good read, but is especially of interest to anyone interested in the foot-snaring of black bears, a new predator control method recently employed in parts of Alaska. Even if you just want to learn more about black bears, it's a great resource.
Hope you like it!