The Hidden Life of Wolves

Hardcover $25.00

National Geographic | Feb 05, 2013 | 216 Pages | 10 x 7 | ISBN 9781426210129

  • Hardcover$25.00

    National Geographic | Feb 05, 2013 | 216 Pages | 10 x 7 | ISBN 9781426210129

Praise

“Ever since, as a child, I read about Romulus and Remus and Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book, I have been in love with wolves. This exciting book will help their cause—they deserve our concern and our protection.” —Jane Goodall

“An inspired account. The return of the gray wolf is a proud moment in the history of our American lands.” —Bruce Babbitt, former U.S. Secretary of the Interior

“The Dutchers are known for their world-class photography, and this volume does not disappoint…the mystery and awe that wolves have always evoked in humans is conveyed in crisp, color images. The photos are at once beautiful, startling and mesmerizing.” —Bill Cannon, former editor-in-chief of Motor Age Magazine

“The photography is stunningly beautiful and the insights that Jim and Jamie Dutcher share with us opens a world of understanding into wolf behavior.” Apogee Photo Magazine

“A richly layered work that speaks to the intricate and controversial relationship between wolves and humans.” The Oregonian

“Remarkable photographs…an in-depth and up-close look at the intimate behaviors and social bonds of [Wolves].” –American Profile 
 

“Loaded with wonderful photographs…should go a long way to help protect these most amazing beings.” –Psychology Today

“A richly layered work that speaks to the intricate and controversial relationship between wolves and humans.” –Oregon Live

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