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The Return of the Wolf Reflections on the Future of Wolves in the Northeast

Edited By: John Elder
175 pages, no illustrations
The Return of the Wolf
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  • The Return of the Wolf ISBN: 9780874519679 Hardback Oct 2000 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Scientists and policymakers are debating the merits of returning the wolf to the northeastern US, where the forests of northern New England and upstate New York may provide the range and resources necessary to support them. This book brings together four thoughtful and literate observers of the natural world to reflect on the implications and potential of such an effort.

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Edited By: John Elder
175 pages, no illustrations
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