By: James Halfpenny
98 pages, Col photos
Wild wolves were reintroduced at Yellowstone National Park in the mid 1990s. Their visibility has enabled researchers to make new discoveries about wolves and their interactions with each other and with other wildlife in Yellowstone. In this book, information on wolf social behavior, pack structure, territories, and hunting behavior is accompanied by colour photos of the wild wolves of Yellowstone hunting and tending pups. The book ends with tips on wolf watching in the park.
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