Living Wild and Domestic by Robert Kimber
The Education of a Hunter-Gardener

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An essential book for any naturalist, hunter, dog lover, angler, or thinker.
 

About Robert Kimber

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Robert Kimber is the author of several books and has been published extensively in such magazines as Down East and Country Journal.
 
Published October 1, 2002 by The Lyons Press. 224 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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Wild husbandry makes sense to him, “to preserve whatever of the wild we have left,” as it may well to readers, though his notion that the pursuit and killing of wild animals is “one of the most important ways humans can acquire citizenship in the natural world” is less likely to find many nodding...

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Why did Kimber delay moving his wood indoors for the winter to allow a deer mouse to relocate its babies, but then go and shoot a porcupine?

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