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Posted March 7, 2013
I first heard an excerpt from this book while sitting on a log i
I first heard an excerpt from this book while sitting on a log in the first pen into which the wolves were released, in the Slough Creek area of Yellowstone. That was an amazing experience, and perhaps more amazing is that this book never gets old. I've read it probably once a year or more since then. The book executes a difficult task: speak at length about a subject with which the reader might be unfamiliar and thus a little alienated. Juxtaposing the history of the project with the stories of individual wolves breathes life into the description of the project and the vignettes are poignant, sad, and more importantly, demonstrate our need to continue efforts of conservation for these perfect creatures and their ecosystems, and all wild things.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 5, 2009
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