Thinking Like a Wolf: Lessons from the Yellowstone Packs (Hardcover)

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Thinking Like a Wolf: Lessons from the Yellowstone Packs (Hardcover)

By Rick McIntyre, Frans de Waal (Foreword by)


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Book Five in the Award-Winning "Alpha Wolves of Yellowstone" series

"Rick's writing is so vivid, so powerful, that I feel I have been right there with him among the wolves of Yellowstone."--Jane Goodall

Following eight major wolf personalities, Thinking Like a Wolf draws on decades of field notes to uncover the challenges and triumphs of Yellowstone's wolf packs, from the "chief historian of the most famous wolf population in the world" (Washington Post).

In his latest book, award-winning author and renowned wolf researcher, Rick McIntyre, explores the intricate world of wolf behavior in Yellowstone National Park and highlights the individual character traits that allow wolf packs to thrive.

Unveiling power struggles, pack politics, the roles of family protection, inter-pack conflicts, and more, Rick skillfully follows the intricacy of packs and the unique attributes each wolf has. In these true stories, he celebrates the many lessons we can learn from wolf packs and the dynamic personalities that enable them to expand across new territories amidst adversity.

Weaving an impressive web of politics and power, family cooperation and commitment, rivalry and resilience, Thinking Like a Wolf provides readers with a unique window into the fascinating inner workings of wolf packs.

Rick McIntyre is a wolf behaviorist who has spent more than forty years watching wild wolves in America's national parks, twenty-eight of those years in Yellowstone, where he has accumulated over 100,000 wolf sightings and educated the public about the park's wolves. He is retired from the National Park Service and is currently a faculty affiliate at the University of Montana. Frans de Waal was a primatologist and ethologist. He was the Charles Howard Candler Professor of Primate Behavior at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, director of the Living Links Center at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center at Emory, and author of numerous books including Mama's Last Hug and Different: Gender Through the Eyes of a Primatologist.
Product Details ISBN: 9781778401251
ISBN-10: 1778401252
Publisher: Greystone Books
Publication Date: October 29th, 2024
Pages: 272
Language: English