Old Wildfowling Tales
Welcome to the fourth volume of historic waterfowling stories by noted author, editor, photographer and waterfowler, Worth Mathewson. Readers will experience the excitement afield told by those for whom wildfowling was more than sport, it was a way of life. Enjoy the thrill of the hunt and gain vivid historical insight to life during the years 1866-1931 as you read tales written by hunters whose quest for waterfowl was passionate, immediate and invigorating.
Worth Mathewson has written articles for more than forty magazines over the past thirty years. He has successfully hunted all the native upland and shore birds in the United States and Canada; thirty-two species in all. Aside from bird hunting, he enjoys collecting Confederate postage stamps, fly fishing, trapping, rebuilding old motorcars, and brewing ales and porters. He lives in Oregon.