1949 1st edition. Herbert Jenkins. London.
Pp221,ads. B/w photographs. Green cloth. Slight use but a very nice copy in a clean dust-wrapper.
Noel M. Sedgwick, then editor of the Shooting Times, recounts his shooting exploits in the countryside and on the foreshore. "A particularly interesting feature of his book is the author's carefully recorded notes on the effect of the bitter winter of 1946 - 1947, with its snow and floods, on game and all wildlife." Chapters include; muds and saltings; muds and saltings II; snow and floods; inland duck and snipe shooting; pheasants and partridges; high ground driving; ground game and vermin; foxes and badgers; natural history in the shooting field; building up a rough shoot; trials of a rough shooter; game pie; random observations; the partridge covey.