By: Richard Nelson (Author)
416 pages, 10 b/w photos
Examines the physiology of deer, and describes how they have had to adapt to man's encroachment on their natural environments in varied parts of the United States.
"Like his literary brethren Gary Snyder and Barry Lopez, Nelson experiences the world directly and clearly [...] while preserving its magic."
- Los Angeles Times
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