TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «PRONGBUCK»
The term «prongbuck» is normally little used and occupies the 122.401
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PRONGBUCK»
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Scarlet Plume followed the prongbuck as if he were its inseparable shadow. The
young prongbuck tried to speed up. He fled like a swiftly bounding ball. Scarlet
Plume, smiling, did the same. His sudden spurt of speed gave the illusion he was
African game trails : an account of the African wanderings ...
Ten steps further back, or ten steps further forward, would in each case make it
visible instantly to the dullest-sighted wolf or cougar that ever killed game, so that
Mr. Thayer's theory is of value only on the supposition that both the prongbuck ...
Roosevelt, Theodore,, 1910
supposition that both the prongbuck and its enemy happen to be so placed that
the enemy never glances in its direction save at just the one particular moment
when, by a combination of circumstances which might not occur once in a million
Outdoor pastimes of an American hunter:
exterminated from the narrow strips which it inhabited long before the mule-deer
vanished from the high hills, or the prongbuck from the great open plains. But
along great portions of the Missouri there are plenty of whitetails yet left in the
Roosevelt, Theodore,, 1905
Outdoor Pastimes of an American Hunter
On the other hand, the thick river bottoms offer him the greatest difficulty. In
consequence, where the areas of distribution of the different game animals are
about equal, the mule-deer disappears first before the hunter, the prongbuck next
, while ...
Roosevelt, Theodore. portions of the Missouri there are plenty of white— tails yet
left in the river bottoms, while the muledeer that once dwelt in the broken hills
behind them, and the prongbuck which lived on the prairie just back of these
Roosevelt, Theodore, 1902
Hunting in the Cattle Country: The Prongbuck
THIS 58 PAGE ARTICLE WAS EXTRACTED FROM THE BOOK: Outdoor Pastimes of an American Hunter, by Theodore Roosevelt. To purchase the entire book, please order ISBN 1417938501.
Theodore Roosevelt, IV, 2010
The Social Life Of Monkeys And Apes
The wild horse, guanaco and prongbuck may be taken as representa tive of this
class. The association in families does not as a rule continue throughout the
anœstrus. The prongbuck of Northern America mates in late September. Before
Zuckerman S, Zuckerman, S, 2013
The Green Roosevelt: Theodore Roosevelt in Appreciation of ...
But in figures 107 and 109, in the body of the book, they portray the white rump
on the prongbuck as fading absolutely into the white of the sky.122 Now no two
colors could be more unlike than the deep brilliant blue of a peacock's neck and ...
Theodore Roosevelt, Zachary Michael Jack, 2010
Mammals.- v. 3. Mammals, birds.- v. 4. Birds.- v. 5. ...
At the present day prongbuck are seldom, however, met with in numbers
anything like those just mentioned. During the pairing-season the bucks are
combative and frequently engage in fierce contests among themselves. In
defence of her ...