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References for Future Study
Note: This is a bibliography from my book. I originally intended to make complete expanded list of citations for this website. On contemplation, that would be a daunting and boring endeavor. In this age of rapid information retrieval, it is easy to locate subjects and authors for this website. Lastly, if I included citations embedded into the text, it would make reading cumbersome and less enjoyable. Selected References I have limited the citations to literature recently consulted or quoted in the book. Much of this book is from a lifetime of hunting experiences and learning. I apologize if my memory failed to credit all sources. Ackerman, Diane, 1990, A Natural History of the Senses; Random House, NYC, 331 pg. Baker, Dan and Tom Hobbs, 1979, Elk Are What They Eat; Colorado Outdoors, Sept.-Oct., pg. 14-19. Beauge, John, Hunter fires at car carrying exotic dancers, bodyguard; The Patriot-News, Harrisburg, PA. Christie, Tim, 2006, Protect Your Ears; Wyoming Wildlife News, Oct., pg. 14. Colorado Game, Fish, & Parks, 1972, A Look Back; 75 th Anniversary publication of the Colo. Game, Fish, & Parks Division, 64 pgs. Dentry, Ed, 1999, Texas poachers really pay after taking cheap shots; Rocky Mountain News, Western Adventure, Oct. 22 nd . Easter, Michael G., 2010, Deer Hunters at Risk; Scienceline, NYU’s Science, Health, & Environmental Program, 6 pgs. Field, R.A., et al., 2003, The Elk Carcass; Agricultural Experiment Station, B-594R, University of Wyoming, Laramie, 8 pgs. Food Standards Agency, 2012, Advice to frequent eaters of game shot with lead; www.food.gov.uk/news-updates. Halfpenny, Dr. James C., 1999, a Home Study Course video, A Naturalist’s World, Gardiner, MT. Haney, Daniel Q., 1996, Study reveals why a look really can kill; Rocky Mountain News, Nov. 13 th , pg. 2A. Heicher, Kathy, 2000, Hunter has elk heisted; Daily Trail newspaper, Eagle, CO, Oct. 26 th , pg. 1. Hunt, W. Grainger, et al., 2009, Lead Bullet Fragments in Venison from Rifle-Killed Deer: Potential for Human Dietary Exposure; Open Access Plus One, April, vol. 4, Issue 4, 6 pgs. Hunting with Non-lead Ammunition, 2013, Reasons to Consider Getting the Lead Out of Your Hunt; www.huntingwithnonlead.org. Hunting with Non-lead Ammunition, 2013, Lead Bullet Fragments End Up in Processed Game Meat; www.huntingwithnonlead.org. Lofholm, Nancy, 2008, Camo; The Denver Post, Nov. 2 nd , pg. 1A. Louv, Richard, 2006, Last Child in the Woods, Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder; Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, NC., 334 pg. Medeiros, Lydia C., et al., 2002, Nutritional Content of Game Meat; report B-920R, August, Departs. of Family & Consumer Sciences & Animal Sciences, College of Agriculture, University of Wyoming, 6 pgs. Miller, Karl V., 2012, The Speak, Deer Talk Made Easy; Petersenshunting,com, Oct. National Park Service, 2013, Lead Bullet Risks for Wildlife & Humans; Pinnacles National Park, U.S. Depart. of Interior, Washington, DC, 6 pgs. National Park Service, 2010, Risks to Wildlife and Human Health Related to Ingestion of Lead Bullet Fragments; Pinnacles National Park, U.S. Dept. of Interior, Washington, DC, 5 pgs. Newberg, Randy, 2012, 10 Rules for the Uninitiated; The Bugle, Scouting Report, Jul./Aug., pg. 79-80. O’Connor, Jack, 1967, The Art of Hunting Big Game in North America; Outdoor Life, New York. Paige, Christine, 2012, Survival Spray; The Bugle, Sept./Oct., pg.71-80. Paige, Christine, 2007, Scent Trails; The Bugle, May/June, pgs. 78-80. Palmer, E. Laurence & Fowler, H. Seymour, 1975, Fieldbook of Natural History; McGraw-Hill Inc. Shlim, Dr. David, (2012), Altitude Sickness; High Altitude Organization, www.altitude.org. Stockton, Ty, 2007, When the Doctor Is Out; Wyoming Wildlife, July, pg. 35-39. Tidwell, Mike, 1996, Amazon Stranger: A Rainforest Chief Battles Big Oil; Lyons Press, 573 pg. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 2012, Nutrient Content of Domestic and Game Meats; USDA Nutrient Database, The Bugle, Nov/Dec., p. 66. Von Besser, Kurt, 1998, How Game Animals See; ATSKO/SNO-SEAL, Inc., publication, Orangeburg, SC, 36 pgs. W.I.N., 1997, Game Meat High in Nutritional Value; Wildlife Information Network, Fall, Colorado Division of Wildlife Trailing, Case Studies; Hunting.com, Dec./Jan., pg. 18-21. Selected References !
© 2016 -2017 Copyright by P. K. H. Groth, Denver, Colorado, USA All rights reserved - See contact page for for permission to republish article excerpts.
References for Future Study
Note: This is a bibliography from my book. I originally intended to make complete expanded list of citations for this website. On contemplation, that would be a daunting and boring endeavor. In this age of rapid information retrieval, it is easy to locate subjects and authors for this website. Lastly, if I included citations embedded into the text, it would make reading cumbersome and less enjoyable. Selected References I have limited the citations to literature recently consulted or quoted in the book. Much of this book is from a lifetime of hunting experiences and learning. I apologize if my memory failed to credit all sources. Ackerman, Diane, 1990, A Natural History of the Senses; Random House, NYC, 331 pg. Baker, Dan and Tom Hobbs, 1979, Elk Are What They Eat; Colorado Outdoors, Sept.-Oct., pg. 14-19. Beauge, John, Hunter fires at car carrying exotic dancers, bodyguard; The Patriot-News, Harrisburg, PA. Christie, Tim, 2006, Protect Your Ears; Wyoming Wildlife News, Oct., pg. 14. Colorado Game, Fish, & Parks, 1972, A Look Back; 75 th Anniversary publication of the Colo. Game, Fish, & Parks Division, 64 pgs. Dentry, Ed, 1999, Texas poachers really pay after taking cheap shots; Rocky Mountain News, Western Adventure, Oct. 22 nd . Easter, Michael G., 2010, Deer Hunters at Risk; Scienceline, NYU’s Science, Health, & Environmental Program, 6 pgs. Field, R.A., et al., 2003, The Elk Carcass; Agricultural Experiment Station, B-594R, University of Wyoming, Laramie, 8 pgs. Food Standards Agency, 2012, Advice to frequent eaters of game shot with lead; www.food.gov.uk/news-updates. Halfpenny, Dr. James C., 1999, a Home Study Course video, A Naturalist’s World, Gardiner, MT. Haney, Daniel Q., 1996, Study reveals why a look really can kill; Rocky Mountain News, Nov. 13 th , pg. 2A. Heicher, Kathy, 2000, Hunter has elk heisted; Daily Trail newspaper, Eagle, CO, Oct. 26 th , pg. 1. Hunt, W. Grainger, et al., 2009, Lead Bullet Fragments in Venison from Rifle-Killed Deer: Potential for Human Dietary Exposure; Open Access Plus One, April, vol. 4, Issue 4, 6 pgs. Hunting with Non-lead Ammunition, 2013, Reasons to Consider Getting the Lead Out of Your Hunt; www.huntingwithnonlead.org. Hunting with Non-lead Ammunition, 2013, Lead Bullet Fragments End Up in Processed Game Meat; www.huntingwithnonlead.org. Lofholm, Nancy, 2008, Camo; The Denver Post, Nov. 2 nd , pg. 1A. Louv, Richard, 2006, Last Child in the Woods, Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder; Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, NC., 334 pg. Medeiros, Lydia C., et al., 2002, Nutritional Content of Game Meat; report B-920R, August, Departs. of Family & Consumer Sciences & Animal Sciences, College of Agriculture, University of Wyoming, 6 pgs. Miller, Karl V., 2012, The Speak, Deer Talk Made Easy; Petersenshunting,com, Oct. National Park Service, 2013, Lead Bullet Risks for Wildlife & Humans; Pinnacles National Park, U.S. Depart. of Interior, Washington, DC, 6 pgs. National Park Service, 2010, Risks to Wildlife and Human Health Related to Ingestion of Lead Bullet Fragments; Pinnacles National Park, U.S. Dept. of Interior, Washington, DC, 5 pgs. Newberg, Randy, 2012, 10 Rules for the Uninitiated; The Bugle, Scouting Report, Jul./Aug., pg. 79-80. O’Connor, Jack, 1967, The Art of Hunting Big Game in North America; Outdoor Life, New York. Paige, Christine, 2012, Survival Spray; The Bugle, Sept./Oct., pg.71-80. Paige, Christine, 2007, Scent Trails; The Bugle, May/June, pgs. 78-80. Palmer, E. Laurence & Fowler, H. Seymour, 1975, Fieldbook of Natural History; McGraw-Hill Inc. Shlim, Dr. David, (2012), Altitude Sickness; High Altitude Organization, www.altitude.org. Stockton, Ty, 2007, When the Doctor Is Out; Wyoming Wildlife, July, pg. 35-39. Tidwell, Mike, 1996, Amazon Stranger: A Rainforest Chief Battles Big Oil; Lyons Press, 573 pg. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 2012, Nutrient Content of Domestic and Game Meats; USDA Nutrient Database, The Bugle, Nov/Dec., p. 66. Von Besser, Kurt, 1998, How Game Animals See; ATSKO/SNO-SEAL, Inc., publication, Orangeburg, SC, 36 pgs. W.I.N., 1997, Game Meat High in Nutritional Value; Wildlife Information Network, Fall, Colorado Division of Wildlife Trailing, Case Studies; Hunting.com, Dec./Jan., pg. 18-21. Selected References