By: Adolphe Murie (Author)
238 pages, b/w photos
During 1939 and 1941, Murie, one of North America's great naturalists, made a field study of the relationship between wolves and Dall sheep in Mount McKinley National Park which has come to be respected as a classic work of natural history. The Wolves of Mount McKinley not only describes the life cycle of Alaskan wolves in greater detail than has ever been done, but also relates a great deal about the entire ecological network of predator and prey.
"Murie's work is still one of the most frequently cited references on wolf biology today."
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On behalf of Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi I would like to thank NHBS. The book will be very useful for my students.
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