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Wild Moments Adventures with Animals of the North

Edited By: Michael Engelhard
221 pages, line drawings
Wild Moments
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  • Wild Moments ISBN: 9781602230484 Paperback Sep 2009 Out of stock with supplier: order now to get this when available
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Wild Moments brings readers face to face with the North's incredible fauna, through accounts by the best of contemporary nature writers. Their stories transcend the mere hunting-and-fishing or natural history narrative. The book's 33 selections showcase different species and capture wild animals in their essence: the magic and unpredictability, the humor, the pathos, the offbeat, bone-and-gristle, the smell of blood and the softness of fur.

While these essays are rooted in landscapes known intimately by only few people, each touches upon universal themes-the desires and dilemmas, fears and choices that spring from our tangling with wildness. Above all, they remind us what is at risk of being lost.

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Michael Engelhard has authored and edited several books of nature writing, most recently, Redrock Almanac. Trained as a cultural anthropologist, he migrates between the Colorado Plateau and Alaska, where he works as a wilderness guide. His interests range from whales to voles but encompass the wild side of Homo sapiens.

Edited By: Michael Engelhard
221 pages, line drawings
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