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Following The Last Wild Wolves

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D&M Publishers Inc.
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April, 2011
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9781553655879
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A textual edition of the bestselling photo book, updated with the author's recent observations of the wolves of the raincoast.

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 and their habitat since the book first appeared in 2007 and presents the latest scientific research indicating that these wolves are a distinct species. Following the Last Wild Wolves also contains a sixteen-page photographic insert that includes spectacular new photos of the wolves in their natural habitat.

An updated textual edition describing what has happened to this unique population of wolves since the book first appeared

For twenty years, Ian McAllister has lived on the rugged north coast of British Columbia, one of the last places on the planet where wolves live relatively undisturbed by humans. In this personal account of his experiences with this genetically distinct population of wolves, McAllister chronicles their unique behavior as they fish for salmon in the fall, target seals hauled out on rocks in winter, and give birth to their young in the base of thousand-year-old cedars in spring. He also describes the work of scientists who have been studying the wolves and explains how their science corroborates his own observations and the traditional knowledge of the area's First Nations people.

This updated textual edition of the book describes what has happened to the wolves and their environment since the book first appeared. It also contains a sixteen-page photographic insert that includes amazing new photographs of the wolves.

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