Nature can be a bountiful provider of free food if you know where to look. Foraging can be such a fun and productive activity, but knowing what is edible and what should be avoided is really important.
This selection of books will help guide you as to what you can eat from the wild, including for those who hunt how to do so properly and safely.
Wild Foraging & Hunting Books we Like
Pigeon Shooting: A Complete Guide by Jon Hutcheon
This comprehensive book is essential reading for all those interested in pigeon shooting, whether for sport or for pest control. It explains shooting over decoys, the control of feral pigeons, shooting around buildings where birds are roosting and the...
Rabbiting: With Ferret, Dog, Hawk and Gun by Sean Frain
The rabbit has attracted the attention of hunters now for hundreds of years, initially for the provision of fresh meat that was healthy, cheap and readily available in abundance. More recently, it has been necessary in many areas to control the rabbit...
Wild Food: A Complete Guide for Foragers by Roger Phillips
Wild food is all around us, growing in our hedgerows and fields, along river banks and seashores, even on inhospitable moorland. In this definitive book, hundreds of these plants are clearly identified, with colour photography and a detailed description....
Other Book Reviews Etc
- Frugal Living and Green Books
- Gardening and Other DVDs
- General Gardening Books
- Livestock on a Small Scale
- Recipe, Cooking and Preserving Books
- Self Sufficiency & Sustainable Living Books
- The Politics of Food Books
- Vegetable & Fruit Growing Books
- Wild Foraging & Hunting Books
- About Allotments Books
- Allotment Growing Books
- Beekeeping Books
- Chickens & Poultry Books
- Growing in Pots, Containers, on Patios, Small Spaces Books