Awakening Spirits

Awakening Spirits
Awakening Spirits

Awakening Spirits

Wolves in the Southern Rockies
Edited by Richard P Reading, Edited by Brian Miller, Edited by Amy Masching, Edited by Rob Edward, Edited by Michael K Phillips

NATURE

320 Pages, 7 x 10

Formats: Mobipocket, EPUB

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ISBN 9781555917838

Rights: WOR X CA

Chicago Review Press (Jun 2010)
Chicago Review Press - Fulcrum

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Overview

This illustrated collection offers fascinating insight on restoring the wolf population to the Southern Rockies. Detailed reports by wildlife biologists, geographers, legal and policy experts, and conservationists provide a comprehensive look at not only the ecological imperatives, but also the history, legal framework, and public attitudes affecting the future of wolves.

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Review By: R.L. Smith,   CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries - March 1, 2011"The reintroduction and spread of wolves in the Yellowstone ecosystem, their restoration in Montana and Idaho, and their recovery in the Great Lakes is stimulating interest in wolf restoration in the southern Rocky Mountains ecosystem. This engaging book provides a comprehensive overview and a detailed assessment of the potential for wolf introduction in the region. This work serves as a solid informational foundation for any possible reintroduction of the wolf into the region. Summing up: Highly Recommended. Lower-division undergraduates through professionals; general readers.

Author Biography

Richard Reading is the founder and director of the Denver Zoo's Department of Conservation Biology. Rich holds a PhD in wildlife ecology from Yale University and master's degrees in environmental studies, wildlife ecology, and philosophy. He is also an associate research professor at the University of Denver and holds adjunct faculty positions at Colorado State University. Amy Masching is a biologist and conservation specialist at the Denver Zoo. Brian Miller is the executive director of the Wind River Ranch Foundation. Rob Edward is the carnivore restoration director for Wild Earth Guardians. Mike Phillips has served as the executive director of the Turner Endangered Species Funds since its inception in 1997.

Richard Reading is the founder and director of the Denver Zoo's Department of Conservation Biology. Rich holds a PhD in wildlife ecology from Yale University and master's degrees in environmental studies, wildlife ecology, and philosophy. He is also an associate research professor at the University of Denver and holds adjunct faculty positions at Colorado State University. Amy Masching is a biologist and conservation specialist at the Denver Zoo. Brian Miller is the executive director of the Wind River Ranch Foundation. Rob Edward is the carnivore restoration director for Wild Earth Guardians. Mike Phillips has served as the executive director of the Turner Endangered Species Funds since its inception in 1997.