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For seventeen years, Ian McAllister lived on the rugged north coast of British Columbia, one of the last places on the planet where wolves live relatively undisturbed by humans. The Last Wild Wolves (2007) described his experiences over that period following two packs of wolves, one in the extreme outer coastal islands and another farther inland in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest. This updated textual edition describes what has happened to the wolves and their environment since 2007 and presents the latest scientific research indicating that these wolves are a distinct species. It also contains a sixteen-page photographic insert that includes spectacular new photographs.
Born in Vancouver, Ian McAllister has become a leading Canadian advocate for coastal rainforest and marine wildlife protection. An award-winning author and photographer he is the founder of the wildlife conservation group Pacific Wild. (www.pacificwild.org) He has spent the last twenty years documenting large carnivores that inhabit the rugged north coast of British Columbia.