WolvesAuthor Daniel Wood ISBN 9781552856642 Binding Trade Cloth Publisher Whitecap Books Ltd. Publication Date March 02, 2011 Size 225 x 228 mm
A fascinating and richly illustrated portrait. Explore both the history of the conflict between humankind and the wolf and the elaborate social behavior between these animals within their packs.
Wolves is a photographic portfolio combining the work of some of North America`s leading wildlife photographers and one of the world`s leading nature writers, Daniel Wood. Through photographs and text, this most misunderstood of all animals is revealed in intimate detail. Topics include:
- Annual mating rituals
- Tender parenting skills
- Aggressive territorial imperative
- Relentless pursuit of game
- Pack cohesiveness
- Ability to navigate and communicate over vast distances.
Wolves celebrates the wolf's return from the specter of extinction and calls for the protection of more territory where nature — not humankind — dominates.
Daniel Wood is a leading adventure writer. His articles appear in many national magazines.