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The Light in High Places A Naturalist Looks at Wyoming Wilderness – Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, Cowboys, and Other Rare Species

Biography / Memoir Out of Print
By: Joe Hutto(Author)
288 pages
The Light in High Places
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  • The Light in High Places ISBN: 9781628737493 Paperback Jun 2014 Out of Print #214194
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Hutto is living in a tent at twelve thousand feet, where blizzards occur in July and where human wants become irrelevant and human needs can become a matter of life and death – to study the Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. The population of these rare alpine sheep is in decline. The lambs are dying in unprecedented numbers. Hutto's job is to find out why.

For months at a time, he follows the bighorn herds, meets mountain lions and bears, weathers injury and storms, and beautifully observes the incredible splendor of the Rocky Mountains.

Hutto has a deep connection to Wyoming, having managed a large cattle ranch in his past. He weaves Wyoming's history of the cowboy, mountain ecology, and the lives of the bighorn sheep into a beautiful flowing narrative. Ultimately, he discovers that the lambs are dying of cystic fibrosis due to selenium deficiency, which is caused by acid rain – a grim ecological disaster caused by human pollution. Here is a new twist on a cautionary tale, and a new voice, eloquently expressing the urgency that we mend our ways.

First published in 2009.

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Joe Hutto is a biologist, Emmy Award–winning filmmaker, and keen observer of animal behavior. His first book, Illumination in the Flatwoods, was a critically acclaimed story of his magical experience raising a brood of wild turkeys, which became an award-winning documentary called My Life as a Turkey. He is also the author of Touching the Wild. He lives in Lander, Wyoming.

Biography / Memoir Out of Print
By: Joe Hutto(Author)
288 pages
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