Wild sports of Burma and Assam
- Pollok, Fitz William Thomas
- Print Source:
- London: Hurst and Blackett, Ltd, 1900
- Publication Info:
- Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Library
- Table of Contents:
- Barking Deer (Cervus muntjae) | Mouse Deer (Memimna indica) | The Swamp or Marsh Deer (Rucervus davoucilii)Blazing Deer (Meetoung) at Night "A Burmese Mode of Hunting Deer, and Hunting the Burmese Rhinoceros in Lower Burma [F. T. P.]""Large and small game to be found there-Best time to find it-Burmese hunters, trackers, transport available-Hints on tracking game.""My first tusker-My second, and the peculliar circumstances connected with his death-A Good tusker.""Shoot my largest tusker-Death of a huge solitary ""muckna"" or tuskless male-Shoot solitray ""muckna,"" noted for destorying rice crops and plantain plantations-Fire at large tusker in herd of five tuskers ; am charged by remaining four ; succeed in bagging two- Shoot my last tusker on New Year's Day 1897, after a long chase."