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Wolves in the Land of Salmon (Hardback)
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Wolves in the Land of Salmon (Hardback)

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Hardback 336 Pages / Published: 14/03/2013
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Observing wolves at close range in the wild, David Moskowitz challenges assumptions about their role, the impact of even well-meaning human interventions, and especially how wolves live, hunt, and communicate, tracing their biology and ecology through firsthand encounters in the stunning wildlands of the Pacific Northwest. For zoology and natural history students, as well as dog lovers Reads like a wilderness adventure

Publisher: Timber Press
ISBN: 9781604692273
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 998 g
Dimensions: 230 x 180 x 30 mm


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A great book for anyone even remotely interested in North America s wolf populations. --Riley Banks "The Writer s Shack ""


An expert wildlife tracker paints a portrait of wolves lives and value to ecosystems, set against the backdrop of conflict over rising wolf populations. "


Using vivid illustrations, maps, scientific research, and field observations, Moskowitz (Wildlife of the Pacific Northwest) describes his experiences tracking wolf populations throughout the Pacific Northwest This is an essential read for anyone wishing to gain a deeper understanding of how ecological, political, and geological trends can lead to the decline or restoration of species and their habitats. "Library Journal" This wide-ranging survey about wolves of the Pacific Northwest offers something for both the specialist and the curious layperson Residents of the Pacific Northwest will appreciate the specificity of this work, but any fans of wolves or wildlife biology will find this of interest. "Publishers Weekly" In his new book, [David Moskowitz] pulls together the many strands of wolf recovery in the Pacific Northwest natural history, politics, landscape variables into an invaluable compendium of up-to-date information, written in an exceedingly straightforward, scientific and balanced manner. "Cascadia Weekly" In Wolves in the Land of Salmon, David Moskowitz follows these most controversial of animals through the wilds of the Cascade Range and up into British Columbia, richly evoking their habitat and complex nature. "National Geographic Traveler Magazine" An expert wildlife tracker paints a portrait of wolves lives and value to ecosystems, set against the backdrop of conflict over rising wolf populations. "Science News" A great book for anyone even remotely interested in North America s wolf populations. "The Writer s Shack""


Using vivid illustrations, maps, scientific research, and field observations, Moskowitz (Wildlife of the Pacific Northwest) describes his experiences tracking wolf populations throughout the Pacific Northwest. . . . This is an essential read for anyone wishing to gain a deeper understanding of how ecological, political, and geological trends can lead to the decline or restoration of species and their habitats. Library Journal

This wide-ranging survey about wolves of the Pacific Northwest offers something for both the specialist and the curious layperson. . . . Residents of the Pacific Northwest will appreciate the specificity of this work, but any fans of wolves or wildlife biology will find this of interest. Publishers Weekly

In his new book, [David Moskowitz] pulls together the many strands of wolf recovery in the Pacific Northwest natural history, politics, landscape variables into an invaluable compendium of up-to-date information, written in an exceedingly straightforward, scientific and balanced manner. Cascadia Weekly

In Wolves in the Land of Salmon, David Moskowitz follows these most controversial of animals through the wilds of the Cascade Range and up into British Columbia, richly evoking their habitat and complex nature. National Geographic Traveler Magazine

An expert wildlife tracker paints a portrait of wolves lives and value to ecosystems, set against the backdrop of conflict over rising wolf populations. Science News

A great book for anyone even remotely interested in North America s wolf populations. The Writer s Shack

"

An expert wildlife tracker paints a portrait of wolves lives and value to ecosystems, set against the backdrop of conflict over rising wolf populations.

"

"Using vivid illustrations, maps, scientific research, and field observations, Moskowitz (Wildlife of the Pacific Northwest) describes his experiences tracking wolf populations throughout the Pacific Northwest. . . . This is an essential read for anyone wishing to gain a deeper understanding of how ecological, political, and geological trends can lead to the decline or restoration of species and their habitats." --Library Journal

"This wide-ranging survey about wolves of the Pacific Northwest offers something for both the specialist and the curious layperson. . . . Residents of the Pacific Northwest will appreciate the specificity of this work, but any fans of wolves or wildlife biology will find this of interest." --Publishers Weekly

"In his new book, [David Moskowitz] pulls together the many strands of wolf recovery in the Pacific Northwest--natural history, politics, landscape variables--into an invaluable compendium of up-to-date information, written in an exceedingly straightforward, scientific and balanced manner." --Cascadia Weekly

"In Wolves in the Land of Salmon, David Moskowitz follows these most controversial of animals through the wilds of the Cascade Range and up into British Columbia, richly evoking their habitat and complex nature." --National Geographic Traveler Magazine

"An expert wildlife tracker paints a portrait of wolves' lives and value to ecosystems, set against the backdrop of conflict over rising wolf populations." --Science News

"A great book for anyone even remotely interested in North America's wolf populations." --The Writer's Shack

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