Published by Rowland Ward, Limited, London, 1909. 421 pages. Translated from the original German by H B Stanwell. Gilt titles on near fine grey boards. Previous owner name first endpaper. Leopard print endpapers. Some scattered foxing. Extensively illustrated with plates and text figures.
Hunting in the Adirondacks, ascent of Fujiyama, China, Ceylon, New Zealand, kangaroo hunting, South Africa, Portuguese East Africa, India, Newfoundland, Rocky mountains, Sudan, rhinos, moose, and bear.
The majority of Niedieck's hunting excursions occurred in Africa and North America where he bagged most of the important species of big game. Also trips to Ceylon, China, New Zealand and India with a final short chapter on his favorite rifles.
Niedieck was a German explorer and sportsman and travel writer. He hunted in a wide variety of animals including hippopotamus, lion, buffalo, eland, and a variety of antelope and zebra. While hunting in the Sudan in 1902 he was severely injured by an elephant.
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