The Wolves of Yellowstone provides the inside story of the trials and tribulations encountered during the first year and a half of restoring wolves to Yellowstone. Written by the project leaders of the restoration effort, it is the only book to contain the biologists' personal accounts, along with never-before-seen photographs, field notes, historical documents, and reminiscences from key figures such as Bruce Babbit and Dave Mech.
The Wolves of Yellowstone allows readers to become completely familiar with this historic undertaking. Mike Phillips and Doug Smith detail the capture, translocation, acclimation, release, and tracking after release of the Yellowstone wolves. Both the 1995 and 1996 wolf releases are discussed.
Given the continuing media coverage of this project and the large and loyal following of wolf fans worldwide, The Wolves of Yellowstone promises to be a much-sought-after reference.
Also recommended: Yellowstone, A Society of Wolves, The Way of the Wolf, The Arctic Wolf.
This guide contains images and information on over 200 species of marine animals. It will open up new vistas in the field of sub tidal marine-life identification and help in raising the level of common knowledge about Australia's intriguing marine animals.
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Glossy color photos are prevalent in this book featuring the beauty and biology of California's submarine forests.
The breathtaking scenery of this world famous marine park is brought to life in this book by stunning work of the well-known underwater explorer and photographer Neville Coleman. AUSTRALIA'S GREAT BARRIER REEF contains over ninety of his most beautiful full-color pictures. To complement these Neville, who has had a lifelong interest in all kinds of marine life, has written an informative text describing each photograph in detail."