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The Hidden Life of Wolves

ISBN: 9781426210129 | 1426210124
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Natl Geographic Society
Pub. Date: 2/5/2013

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For animal lovers, nature lovers, environmentalists, and especially dog lovers, this book shares the new understanding gained by six years of the authors' living intimately with wild wolves. Created to complement a traveling exhibition that makes its debut at Chicago's Field Museum in March 2013, it will also appeal to those unable to see the show. Jim and Jamie Dutcher, award-winning natural history filmmakers, adopted and raised three generations of gray wolves, living close to them in a 26-acre confined area in the Idaho wilderness. The lessons they learned from the Sawtooth Pack, as the wolves came to be called, inform this book and its passionate arguments advocating not only the reintroduction but the protection, respect, and even admiration for this much maligned animal whose descendants are the dogs we call our best friends. Remarkable, intimate photographs and stories share the Dutchers' vision and mission.

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