The management of wolf populations continues to be a pressing topic of discussion, and there are few up-to-date books about wolves that combine authoritative text and great color photography. Wolves of the World fills that gap. Written by an established authority, it contains the latest research on wolf biology, behavior, and conservation--complemented by spectacular photography from the world's most renowned nature photographers. Covering everything from the wolf's physical characteristics, habits and habitats, communication, breeding, birth & young, enemies, its relationships with humans, and its future, this comprehensive volume offers to a popular audience scientific insights and information in a readable manner. Wolf lovers and those interested in wildlife & conservation will be drawn to this volume's easy-to-read text and compelling photographs. 80 color photos; 10.5x9.5 inches, 132 pgs.
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