7 edition of society of wolves found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 123) and index.
|Statement||Rick McIntyre ; with forwords by Ben Nighthorse Campbell and Jay D. Hair.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.C22 M385 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||93015918|
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McIntyre offers the most current details on the plight of wolves in th /5(11). About this book. Fascinating account of current debates over this animal in the US. The author gives an overview of contributions on wolf behaviour, including the newest theories; historical and current attitudes to the species; and present policy in several of the major American National Parks, including Great Smoky, Yellowstone and Glacier.
In The Society of Wolves, Mr. McHaney tells the story of how leaders of Indian tribes such as Oglala, the Sioux and many others fought the advancing Americans and how they inflicted the most severe losses on the invaders of lands they claimed as : Robert Mchaney.
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He tells the story of how Gray Wolf, the future father of the great chief, Crazy Horse /5(2). Originally published inthis classic exploration of humanity’s complex relationship with and understanding of wolves returns with a new afterword by the author.
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This book is a must if you are interested in wolves, wildlife and Yellowstone.5/5. Short-listed for the Booker prize inHistory of Wolves, is a beautifully written debut novel.
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Hair --Introduction: a society of wolves --The wolf through human eyes: The Old World ; The New World ; Europeans in a new world ; sidebars: The seasons of the wolf ; The alpha pair: who's the boss.
This is a fine companion to McIntyre's earlier book "A Society Of Wolves" () which Dr. David Mech called "A must for all wolf aficionados". Rick McIntyre, a seasonal park ranger at Denali, Yellowstone, and other wolf-populated areas, has spent many years documenting the behavior of wolves.
This book is about people who don’t fit well into society. Unlike wolves who respect family and community, these characters are outsiders uncomfortable in the wider community. Besides Madeline/Linda and the Gardner family, we have Mr.
Grierson, the pedophile history teacher, and Lily, the beautiful Ojibwa Indian who finds herself pregnant in the tenth grade/5(). Nonfiction books about wolves - biology, conservation, environment, ecology, zoology, ethology, evolution, natural history, nature, wildlife, travelogues, travel, memoirs, research.
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(Written by my ten-year-old daughter as part of a Language Arts assignment) The Wolves of the Beyond, The Lone Wolf, by Kathryn Lasky is a thrilling novel about a wolf pup named Faolan as he embarks on the journey of a lifetime.
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