Hunting New Zealand

Parts Unknown

By Peter Ryan

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'No one today writes hunting as well as Peter Ryan. This book is destined to be a true classic.'
Fish & Game New Zealand

'Masterful story telling . . . it's as if you're at the campfire after a day on the hill. A brilliant read.'
Field & Game Australia

'This will stop you in your tracks - beautiful, heartfelt and honest.'
Fieldsports magazine (UK)

Fresh, wide-ranging and new hunting stories from acclaimed writer Pete Ryan, following on from the success of his beautifully written and highly praised first book, Wild South. Based in New Zealand's stunning South Island, Peter Ryan's writing and images have been published around the world.

In Hunting New Zealand: Parts Unknown he pays tribute to the game animals, people and places that have made New Zealand famous as one of the last great hunting adventures. It’s a glimpse into the drama of roaring stags, tahr and chamois high in the haunting Southern Alps, and friendships made hunting gamebirds in stunning locations. With tales of nostalgia and adventure, including some from the most talented people on the Kiwi hunting scene today, Hunting New Zealand is for those whose hearts belong in wild places.

240 x 160 mm, portrait, 224 pages, paperback with jacket


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Peter Ryan

Pete Ryan's first book Wild South launched to critical acclaim in 2013. His writing has appeared in the world's finest outdoor magazines, including Gray's Sporting Journal, Sporting Classics, Wild Deer and Fieldsports. He is a feature writer and columnist for Fish & Game New Zealand and Field & Game Australia magazines. He lives in North Canterbury, close to his beloved Southern Alps, with his wife Vanessa, son James and daughter Holly.