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Voices on the Wind combines hunting tales with environmental history and thoughtful reflection about why bird hunters do what they do. Here is a celebration of bird hunting as spiritual quest, as participatory environmentalism, and as a powerful metaphor for the search for grace and goodness.
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C. Stanley Mason has been a regular contributor to Wing & Shot and Wildfowl magazines and writes regular columns for Gun Dog magazine and Gundogs Unlimited, an Internet magazine. He has appeared twice on the television show Gundogs Unlimited. He lives in Ankeny, Iowa.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
Excerpt from the foreword, by Michael McIntosh
One of the delights of reading is discovering a voice that speaks with grace and intelligence and economy and charm, a voice that stirs your mind, tickles your sense of humor, and lifts your spirit. Chad Mason's is one of those.
"What is it," Mason wonders, "that's so captivating about a dog standing still?" Gene Hill would wish he'd written that. So do I. This book is full of such images. You'll find them and recognize them as what they represent -- one of us, sharing what he's heard out where what you hear is true and good.
New voices are enchanting, especially voices that speak the language of the wind.
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Book Description Down East Books, Camden, Maine, U.S.A., 2003. Hard Cover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. New/New; hardcover, remainder "X" at outer top of pp.; blue cloth-covered boards, gilt lettering on spine. Pictorial dj. Remainder. Seller Inventory # 80557
Book Description Down East Books, 2003. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # 79510-90
Book Description Down East Books, 2003. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB011MB1YMS