The Real Wolf: The Science, Politics, and Economics of Co-Existing with Wolves in Modern Times.
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Arthur Bergerud, Karen Budd-Falen, Jess Carey, Dr. Graves investigate the majesty and myths surrounding wolves in the United States and offer a new, true picture of the wolf in contemporary America. The Real Wolf does not call for the eradication of wolves from the United States, but rather advocates a new system of species management that would allow wolves, game animals, and farmers to live in harmony.. Lyon asserts the wolf is at fault. How have thriving elk populations of thousands dwindled to m
A needed viewpoint. Needs to be read by anyone interested in wolf conservation. While it looks at he darker side of man/wolf relations. These are the facts of the wolf as a predator, it will prey on livestock, pets, and sometimes humans. I know of no other animal that has some many human values placed upon it's head as the wolf.This I think has always clouded or judgement of the wolf. It is neither good nor evil it simply is what it is an Alpha predator. Dogs have killed far more humans and greater numbers of livestock in the USA than wolves ever have, but we don't have the strong reaction to them as we have had with th. Amazon Customer said Factually accurate account. Evidence based and finally, the real story. Thanks for your efforts and providing insight into the federal wolf introduction and the debacle it has created.. make your informed decision if reintroducing wolves was a good or bad idea This book is written with all the references needed to make your informed decision if reintroducing wolves was a good or bad idea.