By: Joe Hutto (Author)
240 pages, 25 colour photos, b/w illustrations
In the spirit of Konrad Lorenz, the author writes of his extraordinary experiences rearing a brood of wild turkeys.
"Hutto beautifully chronicles an audacious, inventive experiment in ethology. It is an extraordinary tale of man-animal interaction related with bemusement, wonder, and ultimately, reverence for the complexity of nature"
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