Wolves in the land of salmon
- Moskowitz, David, 1976-
- Portland : Timber Press, 2013.
- Physical description
- 334 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), maps (chiefly col.) ; 24 cm.
QL737 .C22 M676 2013
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- Includes bibliographical references (p. 303-323) and index.
- Introduction : see for yourself
- North Cascades : finding their way back
- Our social carnivore : evolution and biology
- The Selkirks and Columbia highlands : where the rainforest meets the Rockies
- The opportunistic wolf : diet and hunting behavior
- Rainforest wolves : British Columbia's central coast and Vancouver Island
- Where did they come from and where are they going?
- Blue Mountains : wolves, elk, and cows in northeastern Oregon and central Idaho
- Shapeshifter : the changing relationship between humans and wolves
- Isolation : lessons from the Olympic Peninsula and beyond
- Epilogue : brave new world.
- Publisher's Summary
- Observing wolves at close range in the wild, David Moskowitz challenges assumptions about their role, the impact of even well-meaning human interventions, and especially how wolves live, hunt, and communicate, tracing their biology and ecology through firsthand encounters in the stunning wildlands of the Pacific Northwest. For zoology and natural history students, as well as dog lovers Reads like a wilderness adventure.
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- Publication date
- David Moskowitz.