Mushing for beaver

Rindlaub, C.
March 1990
Yankee;Mar90, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p88
Explains the work of Don Hibbs, a trapper from North Woods, Maine, (recently relocated to Alaska) and who uses a dogsled to set and check his traps. His upbringing; Education in forestry school; How he traps beaver.


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