The Wolf Almanac has become an acknowledged reference work for the evolution and history of wolves; their biology and physiology, behaviour and sociology; and their influence in ancient culture and mythology. This newly revised edition of The Wolf Almanac contains the most recent information on reintroduced wolves, as well as fully updated information on the status of wolves throughout the world.
Robert H. Busch is the author of eight books on natural history, including The Cougar Almanac. His writing has appeared in Nature Canada, Wildlife Conservation, Discovery, and Country Journal. The reviser for this edition is Jim Yuskavitch, the author of In Wolf Country.
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– Elizabeth Marshall Thomas, author of The Hidden Life of Dogs
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– American Zoological Association Communique
"The worldwide decline of the wolf parallels the decline of our humanity. The fate of the wolf will be the fate of civilization. The Wolf Almanac is an inspiration to us all to help save the wolf, and by doing so, save the spirit of civilization and humanity."
– Dr. Michael W. Fox, author of The Soul of the Wolf
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