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Following the Last Wild Wolves

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“If the wolves had a voice, I imagine it would sound something like the one contained within this fascinating little book.”—Canadian Geographic

The illustrated edition of The Last Wild Wolves won the BC Booksellers' Choice Award and has sold over 7,000 copies. This updated textual edition follows what has happened to the wolves since 2007, as they hunt, kill, fish for salmo
Paperback, 208 pages
Published July 26th 2011 by Greystone Books (first published April 15th 2011)
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Beautifully written book that will give you great insights into the lives of other animals.
A wonderfully written book about a scientist named Ian McAllister (also the author) about the wolves in B.C( British Columbia) some of the very last ones on earth.
I'd wanted to read The Last Wild Wolves, but this appeared to be the updated edition, and judging by the epilogue at the end of the book, I'd definitely recommend trying to get your hands on this edition. Great read. Not incredible writing, but not bad either. Not too preachy (for me anyways) or redundant. The immersion into the territory is great, lots to learn, and these wolves really are fascinating. Great short read.
Daniel Stewart
This book was an insightful look into the lives of the unique wolves of British Columbia's rain forests. Having read many books of this genre, I didn't feel it was the most well-written book of its kind. Nevertheless, the stories, photographs and overall experience was worth the read and considering the many threats to this region these days, it is a must-read for both British Columbians and Canadians.
I really enjoyed this book! The writer did an excellent job of providing the background history, biology, and geography that the reader needs in order to understand wolves. I was completely surprised and fascinated to learn about wolves living in coastal environments and among islands 5 miles apart.
This book is exactly the same as The Last Wild Wolves: Ghosts of the Rainforest, except that the epilog has been updated.
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Born in Vancouver, Ian McAllister has become a leading Canadian advocate for coastal rainforest and marine wildlife protection. An award-winning author and photographer he is the founder of the wildlife conservation group Pacific Wild. He has spent the last twenty years documenting large carnivores that inhabit the rugged north coast of British Columbia. His research has been featured in many inte ...more
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