Decade of the Wolf

Decade of the Wolf : Returning the Wild to Yellowstone

By (author) Douglas Smith , By (author) Gary Ferguson

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Written by an award-winning writer and the leader of the Yellowstone Wolf Project, this definitive book recounts the years since the wolves' return to Yellowstone.

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  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 152.4 x 226.06 x 22.86mm | 816.46g
  • 17 Apr 2012
  • ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD
  • Globe Pequot Press
  • Old Saybrook
  • English
  • Revised
  • Revised, Updated ed.
  • black & white illustrations, colour illustrations, black & white line drawings, maps, graphs
  • 0762779055
  • 9780762779055
  • 416,262

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Douglas Smith, PhD, project leader, has studied wolves for decades and has worked on the reintroduction since its inception. Gary Ferguson, an award-winning nature writer, has written several books and for publications including Vanity Fair, Outside, and Men's Journal.

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"This should be your book if you care at all about preserving wildness in the world." -William Kittredge, author of The Nature of Generosity "Respectful and intriguing, this in an indispensable historical document on the West, all the more so for the elegance of the story and the clarity of writing." -Rick Bass, author of The New Wolves and The Ninemile Wolves

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In Decade of the Wolf, project leader Douglas W. Smith and acclaimed nature writer Gary Ferguson describe the journey of thirty-one Canadian gray wolves that were released in 1995 and 1996 into Yellowstone National Park and the people who faithfully followed them. The wolves have not only survived but completely changed the ecosystem, spilling a fresh measure of wildness across the world's first national park. This updated edition includes additional wolf profiles, newinformation on the effects of climate change and disease, and a retrospective on what the scientists have learned during this extended study of the Yellowstone wolves.

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