Covers the natural history of the wolf, its role as a predator, and its interaction with humans, and discusses the wolf's current status around the world.
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Busch, a longtime student of wolves, gathers bits and pieces of lore, lots of biological facts and factoids, and a great deal of expert testimony on the behavior of our lupine friends. You'll learn from his pages that, given their druthers, wolves would sooner eat moose, buffalo, and deer than just about anything else; that wolves can travel 125 miles in a single day; and, sadly, that in Canada, at least as of 1995, the wolf is the only animal hunted year-round with no bag limits and no license requirements. This well-researched potpourri is must-have for fans of Canis lupus.From the Back Cover:
The Wolf Almanac has become an acknowledged reference work for the evolution and history of wolves; their biology and physiology, behavior and sociology; and their influence in ancient culture and mythology. This newly revised edition of The Wolf Almanac contains the most recent information on reintroduced wolves, as well as fully updated information on the status of wolves throughout the world. (73/4 X 10, 256 pages, color photos, b&w photos, maps, illustrations, charts)
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Book Description The Lyons Press, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 1558215573
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Book Description The Lyons Press, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111558215573
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