The Language of Wings

The Language of Wings

by E. Donnall Thomas

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Don Thomas is at his best when he writes about the common experiences shared by waterfowlers everywhere: the cherished company of family and friends, the sights and sounds of a duck marsh at dawn, the joys of hunting with a faithful retriever, the satisfaction of making a good, clean shot, and the endless mysteries of waterfowl and the natural world.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014974943
Publisher: Edward Donnall Thomas Jr
Publication date: 07/20/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 334
Sales rank: 864,509
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

DON THOMAS writes regularly about bowhunting, wing-shooting, fly-fishing, and wildlife for numerous outdoor publications and has authored 17 books on related subjects. He serves as co-editor of Traditional Bowhunter Magazine, Editor-at-Large for Retriever Journal, and Field Editor for Ducks Unlimited, and writes regular columns for Bowhunter and Salmon and Steelhead Journal. His work also appears regularly in publications such as Gray’s Sporting Journal, Alaska Magazine, Fish Alaska, Pheasants Forever, Shooting Sportsman, and Big Sky
Journal. He works part time as a physician on a remote Montana Indian reservation and as a bear hunting guide in Alaska, where he has also been a pilot and commercial fisherman. He and his wife Lori divide their time between homes in rural Montana and coastal Alaska. Hounds, bird dogs, and Labrador retrievers have largely taken the place of their four grown children. Don and Lori Thomas' books and outdoor photography can be found on

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