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Raven's Tale

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This tale of surviving an Arctic winter, true to the ecology and mythology of the North, is told by the creatures who live there. The story opens when Gon, the old raven and the main storyteller, happens upon a potential meal: a young fox caught in a leg-hold trap. But the fox chews off his own front paw, escapes, and ends up forming an unlikely friendship with a wolf Who ...more
Hardcover, 200 pages
Published January 1st 1993 by Harbour Publishing
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C.W. Nicol was born in Neath, Wales, and from a young age expressed an interest in wildlife and the environment.

In 1958 he visited the Arctic Circle to research Eider Duck for McGill University, taking up Canadian citizenship. By the early 1960s he was studying karate at JKA, and soon thereafter began to study Japanese at Nihon University.

He then spent two years (1967 to 1969) as a game warden in
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