1997 Bhutan Dhole Stamps
A mint condition sheet of the 1997 Bhutan Fauna Wild Animals collection done by WWF. Hard to find in the US.
There is a total of four different stamps and you get three of each with the sheet set. It's a nice addition to an existing stamp collection or a great gift for any dhole enthusiast.
Will come shipped in a lay-flat do not bend envelope.
Dhole WWF 1997 Stamp Release
In 1997 Bhutan and WWF teamed up to launch a wildlife stamp series. One of the animal's pick was the dhole. You get four stamps affixed to four different envelopes with drawings of dholes on them. Hard to find in the US.
The Whistling Hunter, Hardback
Hardback edition of The Whistling Hunter. All books are in Good condition, photos are a representation of what you will be getting as we have a few copies.
The Whistling Hunters
Paperback edition of Whistling Hunter. All the books we sell as listed as Good condition. Picture is a representation of the book due to the fact we have a few copies.
The whistling dog, or dhole, of India is a little-known, distant cousin of our domestic dog. Highly intelligent, wary of man, and elusive as a jungle predator, this rare and beautiful creature is one of the most difficult animals to study. Its very nature defies the patience and skill of the most dedicated naturalist. Yet knowledge about its habits and a more widespread understanding and appreciation of this species are essential for its protection and continued survival. For, like so much of the world’s wildlife today, the dhole is a species threatened with extinction.
The first in-depth field study of the whistling dog, The Whistling Hunters examines the dhole in the animal’s environment. The book is based on the author’s field studies and the observations of other naturalists. It presents all the facts currently known about the species, as it makes a passionate plea for conservation and the reevaluation of our land-use patterns.
The book is also an attempt to understand the essence of wilderness since it, too, like the whistling dog, is an endangered species.