Eating Aliens: One Man's Adventures Hunting Invasive Animal Species

Eating Aliens: One Man's Adventures Hunting Invasive Animal Species

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By (author) Jackson Landers, Illustrated by Tavis Coburn, Foreword by Hank Shaw

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  • Publisher: Storey Publishing LLC
  • Format: Paperback | 226 pages
  • Dimensions: 138mm x 214mm x 16mm | 299g
  • Publication date: 25 September 2012
  • Publication City/Country: MA
  • ISBN 10: 161212027X
  • ISBN 13: 9781612120270
  • Illustrations note: black & white illustrations
  • Sales rank: 1,422,792

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North America is under attack by a wide range of invasive animals. Black spiny-tailed iguanas in Florida, Asian carp in Missouri and Virginia, nutria in Louisiana, European green crabs in Connecticut, and other alien species throughout the United States are devouring our native plants and animals, pushing many to the brink of extinction. Jackson Landers has a unique solution to the problem: Eat them! This adventure narrative describes Landers's quest to hunt twelve invasive animal species and turn them into delicious meals, showing how anyone can feed a family while enjoying the thrill of the hunt and helping to protect and conserve the natural environment.

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North America is under attack by invasive creatures! Black spiny-tailed iguanas, armadillos, European green crabs, lionfish, and other alien species are devouring our native plants and animals, pushing many to the brink of extinction. One man is doing something about the problem -- Jackson Landers is hunting and eating aliens. Armed with his rifle and hunting knife, he sets out to turn invasive pests into delicious meals. This is his tale of stalking 14 destructive animal species and spreading the word that eating invasives spices up our dinner plates and helps the environment."