Sacramento, CA, March 02, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The Global Hunter's Information Handbook is designed to inform and answer numerous questions for the hunter or outdoor adventurer who plans to travel world wide.
The author states, "I absolutely guarantee there is information in the book that will one day save your life or your health."
This book contains hard to find information:
· advice on security
· emergency medical care and evacuation
· prevention of insect diseases
· poison by a snake bite or other venomous varmint.
Because your trip into and out of the outback can be the most hazardous part of the adventure, six chapters have been devoted to bush flying considerations. Five chapters discuss survival from an inadvertent accident in an aircraft or boat, or simply just getting lost while in the field. Also included is information on insect borne diseases and poisonous creatures found on land and in the sea.
Finally, you'll find in-depth information concerning animal-human conflict - whether the horned animals, members of the bear family, the big cats, hippo or the dangerous big lizards - crocodile and alligator.
The basic message is to always go expecting the best but be prepared for the worst.
The Global Hunter's Information Handbook
Author: John Lowery
Published: July 2011
About The Author:
John Lowery has lived in nine countries and hunted extensively worldwide - including the gravel plain of Libyan Sahara and South East Asia. The book represents both his experience and extensive research.
For more information, review copies, or interviews please contact the author at:
The Global Hunter's Information Handbook is available for purchase online from the publisher, Amazon.com, BN.com and other online retailers. Bookstores should contact Ingram for wholesale orders.