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This book, compiling Gordon Haber's lifetime dedication to studying and protecting wolves, is an immensely important addition to the literature. He knew each one as an individual, observed the disruption of social bonds every time a pack member was killed. Among Wolves will enable those who were not fortunate enough to meet him to be inspired by his amazing stories, as I was. And it will help all those involved with wolf conservation long after his tragic death.
Among Wolves: Gordon Haber's Insights into Alaska's Most Misunderstood Animal
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There will be heavy emphasis on alternative scientific thinking as to how wolves and wolf-prey systems might be managed for greater good. Much of this will come from the wolf-prey research I have been doing in the Denali and Fortymile regions of Alaska since and , respectively. And much will come from other important systems and behavioral research. Visit regularly. I will be updating and revising at frequent intervals.
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Basic and applied research by Gordon Haber, Ph. The lifetime study of Alaska wolves by Dr.
Haber died in a plane crash on October 14, while attempting to further his and our understanding of wolves.