Down from the Mountain is Bryce Andrews’s ode to the North American grizzly bear. When Andrews realizes his heart is no longer in ranching he finds a new job with a conservation group that focuses on mitigating conflicts between land users and large predators.
Last week I shared which used books I picked up from April to May of 2021. Now it’s time for part two of three where I share which brand new books I acquired. I hope this list inspires you to check out one or more of these books!
Rick McIntyre, a former National Park Service employee, shares the tale of one of Yellowstone National Park’s most esteemed alpha males, Wolf 21. After the re-introduction of wolves to Yellowstone in 1995, Wolf 21 quickly became famous among wolf observers.
Happy Earth Day, everyone! To celebrate, I put together a list of books I’ve read recently that pertain to life on our planet. I read these before I started my book review blog, so I don’t have any of my own reviews to share. But these are books that taught me new things and that […]
It’s hard to believe that the first quarter of 2021 has come to an end. Yet here we are! To mark this passage of time, I thought I’d share what books I bought during January to March. I usually borrow most of my books from the library for several reasons: I’m space-limited; I’m critical of […]