SAFARIS REVISITED: THE BEST OF SAFARI MAGAZINE OF THE 1970s. Selected and  introduced by Keith Winfield Bates.

SAFARIS REVISITED: THE BEST OF SAFARI MAGAZINE OF THE 1970s. Selected and introduced by Keith Winfield Bates.



SAFARIS REVISITED: THE BEST OF SAFARI MAGAZINE OF THE 1980s. Selected and introduced by Sally Antrobus and William R. (Bill) Quimby.

1992 1st edition. 4to (175 x 262mm). Ppviii(a-h),240. B/w photographs, b/w illustrations by Paul Bosman and Mike Pitre. Brown faux leather boards, lion, shield and spears motif in gilt to upper board, spine titled in gilt. Edition limited to 1,000 numbered copies.

"Sally Antrobus, editor of Safari Magazine during the early part of the decade, and Bill Quimby, editor since 1983, have selected their favorite articles from the 1980s, and each tells about their experiences with the authors. The articles cover a range of big game hunting subjects spanning all continents on which big game animals are hunted. The forewords by Antrobus and Quimby cover the history of the magazine." Contents include:- Introduction by Wayne Pocius; The second decade, part one by Sally Antrobus; The second decade, part two by Bill Quimby; Cambodia tiger hunt by Byron Engel; Old fashioned big five safari by Nelson Hendler; Himalayan blue sheep by Ricardo Medem; A pangolin's tale by John C. Sullivan Jr; On paying dues by Rick Bass; M'Bala M'Bala by Mortimer Shapiro; Star of the forest by C.J. McElroy; Unfinished business by Sally Antrobus; Across the snake for big bucks by Jim Mehl; Sheep of the Tinajas by Leonard Hoover; Jinx-breaking safari by Craig Boddington; Big cat of the Kalahari by Eldon Buckner; Go north for big moose by Bill Quimby; Ghost of the Chitral-Gol by Lynn Castle; Buffalo down under by Cameron Hopkins; World record happy birthday safari by Audrey Murtland; Hunting the Seladang by Capt. John H. Brandt, Ret'd; Expedition into the Pamirs by Lloyd Zeman; The mountain nyala of Ethiopia by David Lauzen; The search for Art's ram by Richard Carlsberg; The Judas tree lion by Anne Scherbineske Dodgson; Elephant to remember by Fred Duckworth; A profressional hunter's perspective by Fred Webb.
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Author Antrobus (Sally) and Quimby (William R.), Editors.
Book Code 47911
Book Description Very good in slightly rubbed dust-wrapper with small closed tear to front. Number 56 of an edition limited to 1000 copies.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1992
Publisher Safari Club International.
Place Tucson, Arizona.