Wolves fascinate us – they always have and always will – and with her new non-fiction narrative, author and TV presenter Philippa Forrester aims to help us understand the wolf better and learn its real place in modern America to try and gauge its future. When Philippa and her family relocated to the wilds of Wyoming, the sound of wolves close to their new home fed her lifelong fascination. But as she settled into life in the US, she discovered many residents weren't happy to share their land with wolves. Philippa listened to what locals have to say and travelled further from home to talk to rangers, conservationists, hunters and ranch owners to try and learn when and why opinions on wolves became so polarised. It's now more than a decade since wolves were reintroduced into Yellowstone National Park. To many, their reintroduction seemed like a victory. But what does the future hold for wolves in a land where many people resent they were ever there at all? How can ever-increasing human populations learn to live alongside large predators before we end up with a planet devoid of them? In this captivating non-fiction narrative, Philippa trails wild wolves living within the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem revealing what she learns about these beautiful wild animals from living among them, as she tries to make sense of the lies and rumours that are spread about wolves by those who seek to exterminate them again.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-05-14 - Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
When Philippa Forrester and her nature-loving family moved to the wilds of Grand Teton National Park, they quickly learned to love the wildlife of Wyoming and nearby Yellowstone. The sounds of wolves close to their new home fed Philippa's lifelong fascination with these remarkable animals, but nothing she had learned
Authors: L. David Mech, Douglas W. Smith, Daniel R. MacNulty
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-05-22 - Publisher: University of Chicago Press
The interactions between apex predators and their prey are among the most impressively choreographed in naturegreat whites chasing seals, lions hunting antelope, and wolves outmaneuvering deer. Each of these interactions demonstrates physical strength and endurance, and a deep coevolutionary history. Wolves are often thought of as killing machines (especially among
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-08-06 - Publisher: Penguin
In this Rusty Spurr novel from Peter Brandvold, Spurr Morgan is ready to retire…but only after one last job. Deputy U.S. Marshal Spurr Morgan’s ticker isn’t what it used to be. After Spurr suffers a heart attack on the job, the Chief Marshal convinces him it’s time to step down.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-04-15 - Publisher: Timber Press
Long considered an icon of the wild, wolves capture our imagination and spark controversy. Humans are the adult wolf’s only true natural predator; its return to the old-growth forests and wild coastlines of the Pacific Northwest renews age-old questions about the value of wildlands and wildlife. As the vivid stories
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-01-06 - Publisher: Lulu.com
Centuries have passed since mankind vanished from the Earth, and in that time, the Wolves have risen to inherit the title of "Alpha Predator." They have lived in peace and thrived for generations. But that is all about to change... The Wolves tell stories, of beings that strode upright, the