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When Bill Heavey decided to live a full year "eating wild," the longtime contributor to Field & Stream didn't think that he was making a crazy leap into the great unknown. Of course, achieving self-sufficiency in suburban northern Virginia presented him with some obvious limitations; he soon realized that foraging was not his specialty; and even caribou-hunting in the Alaskan tundra proved to be less magical than it first seemed. If his attempts at being a new millennium hunter gatherer weren't always successful, his witty, self-deprecating and often hilarious book about it is. A perfect gift for serious back-packers.