Field Guide to the North American Jackalope

by Andy Robbins

illustrations by Andy Robbins

published by Caput Mortuum Books

produced by Sweetgrass Books

  • Elusive. Otherworldly. Beautiful.

    These words—and many more—can be used to describe one of North America’s most enigmatic creatures: the jackalope. The purpose of this field guide is to provide the reader with a “scientifically accurate” description of the jackalope, its habits and habitats, as well as the history of the species and its North American subspecies. Popular jackalope myths will also be examined to gain further understanding of jackalope behavior. We hope you find this guide an indispensable introduction to the fascinating world of the jackalope!

32 pages, 7 x 5, Perfect Bound

ISBN 10: 1591522560
ISBN 13: 9781591522560


    • Full of interesting “scientific” facts.
    • Suitable for all ages.
    • Conveniently sized for the field.
    • A must-have for any jackalope enthusiast!





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Andrew Robbins works as a professional artist from his home in northern Wyoming, where he produces mysterious paintings, non-therapeutic coloring books, and other projects of questionable taste.

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