7 edition of The Wolf in the Southwest found in the catalog.
|Statement||David E. Brown, editor ; major contributing authors, Dan Miles Gish ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Brown, David E. 1938-, Gish, Dan Miles.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.C22 W645 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 195 p. :|
|Number of Pages||195|
|ISBN 10||0816507821, 0816507961|
|LC Control Number||82017399|
Rick Bass' New Wolves (, $) charts the return of the Mexican Wolf to the American Southwest and the controversies surrounding its preservation. Political, social and natural history blend in essays which survey the wolves and provide first-person observations. A recommended pick for any who love animals and natural history/5(3). American Wolf is really the first book of this type that actually unfolds sympathetically toward the locals in areas that have been affected by wolves. Blakeslee uses seamless transition between the story of the wolves, the locals, legal proceedings, and the individual who eventually shoots The book is an easy read, spare in metaphor and /5().
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Wolf News. North Central; Northeast US; Northwest US; Other Sources; Outside the US; Southeast US; Southwest US; Wisconsin. Public Wolf Harvest Legislative; Education. Wolf Ecology Workshops; TWIN Book Reviews. In Wolf Country: The Power and Politics of Reintroduction – Yuskavitch ; How to Tame a Fox (and Build a Dog) – Dugatkin and. When the idea for wolf recovery in the Southwest began in the late 70s, officials had to face the reality that two of the indigenous species were extinct. There were originally three separate sub-species of gray wolves that could be considered Mexican wolves – Canis lupus (C.l.) monstrabillis, C.l. mogollonensis, and C.l. baileyi.
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As always, David Brown's revised The Wolf in the Southwest book of The Wolf In The Southwest, meets the highest standards in wildlife writing. This updated version is the 'cornerstone' of information on the history of the Mexican Gray Wolf in the southwest, and has practical insight included for the wolf's current status in Arizona and New by: 3.
The Wolf in the Southwest book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This book is an excellent compilation of information about wolv /5(5).
The New Wolves: The Return of the Mexican Wolf to the American Southwest by Rick Bass (The Lyons Press ) () is a spectacularly fine volume by Rick Bass. Readers with an interest in natural history or an interest in the current state of the world around us will find this book fascinating.4/5.
The Mexican wolf has been gone from the American Southwest for 70 years and Bass argues that the reintroduction of these wolves into this area is one of rightness and inevitability, as the landscape wants and cries for the wolves to be here/5(4).
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The Mexican gray wolf is a critically endangered, native species that once numbered in the thousands of animals throughout southeastern Arizona, southern New Mexico, western Texas and northern Mexico. Its restoration is an opportunity to bring a natural balance and fully functioning ecosystem back to the wild lands of the Southwest.
A history of the wolf's elimination in the Southwest. Complete documentation of the eradication program, stories of the last few wolves that eluded hunters, and information on wolf biology from those who best knew its Range: $ - $ Get this from a library. The Wolf in the Southwest: the making of an endangered species.
[David E Brown; Dan Miles Gish;] -- A history of the eradication of the Southwestern wolf, drawn from reports of the federal Office of Predatory Animal and Rodent Control, and from accounts of wolf hunters themselves, with information. After a two week trip in French Polynesia, I debarked from the freighter at 9AM Friday Feb.
my flight from Tahiti didn't leave for LAX until PM for an overnight flight, I spent the day riding around Tahiti and waiting in the airport - luggage in tow!. species, the Mexican gray wolf. Author Brenda Peterson and photographer Annie Marie Musselman, who created the book Wolf Haven: Sanctuary and the Future of Wolves in North America, have reteamed to produce a stunning children's book about endangered pups born at Wolf Haven who travel to Mexico for release into the wild.
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In the American Southwest, a unique species of wolf unlike any other is making a comeback. Considered extinct nearly 40 years ago, the little known Mexican gray wolf has slowly pulled back from the very brink — against all odds.
From a founding population of just seven animals, this species has slowly grown to a current wild population of. RANGE: The Mexican wolf is the southernmost occurring and most endangered subspecies of gray wolf in North America. The Mexican wolf is the last subspecies of gray wolf known to occur in the Arizona-New Mexico area.
The last known naturally occurring U.S. specimen was found dead in New Mexico in The Real Wolf - Book Review. By Gary Lewis. Grandpa told me there were wolves in the valley we grew up in, in southwest Washington. I suspect he told us that to keep us from getting lost in the woods.
Later, I heard of wolf sightings in the Elkhorns in northeast Oregon, long before there were any confirmed wolves there. Wolf Rock Lighthouse is on the Wolf Rock (Cornish: An Welv, meaning the lip), a single rock located 18 nautical miles (33 km; 21 mi) east of St Mary's, Isles of Scilly and 8 nautical miles (15 km; mi) southwest of Land's End, in Cornwall, England.
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David E. Brown is an expert in wildlife conservation. In his book The Wolf in the Southwest: The Making of an Endangered Species (University of Arizona Press), he records the following weights of adult grey wolves from two regions in Old Mexico.
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[Brown, D.E. And none shall remain: destruction of the wolf.The wolf in the Southwest: The Making of an Endangered Species.] A short overview of extirpating (killing) wolves in the Southwest.
Caution: Graphic details can be unsettling. [Gipson, P. Unlike wolf reintroductions in Yellowstone and the northern United States, wildlife managers in the Southwest are faced with a climate that has encouraged a year-round calving season, meaning.
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American Wolf takes its place in a long lineage of wolf books. The New York Times Book Review - Rick Bass ★ 08/01/ Blakeslee, writer at large for Texas Monthly and author of the award-winning Tulia, tells the story of the rise and fall of O-Six, the "world's most famous wolf."/5(3).