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Wolves and Human Communities Biology, Politics, and Ethics. by  [Editors]  and Bryan G. Norton - Paperback - First Edition Thus [2001]; First Printing indicated.  - 2001. - from Black Cat Hill Books and Biblio.com

Wolves and Human Communities Biology, Politics, and Ethics.

by Strachan Donnelley, Virginia a Sharpe, and Bryan G. Norton, [Editors]

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Washington DC Island Press, 2001. Paperback First Edition Thus [2001]; First Printing indicated. HI-LIGHTING for the first seventy pages. Else, Very Near Fine in Wraps, showing only mild rubbing to the wrapper covers: the binding is square and secure. But for the hi-lighting, Virtually 'As New'. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 8vo. 321pp. First Edition Thus [2001]; First Printing indicated. Paperback: Pictorial Wraps. Wolves And Human Communities: Biology, Politics, And Ethics is a compendium of informative commentary by leading contributors and experts in the field of wolf restoration activities in the American west. These essays address complex ethical, biological, legal, and political concerns surrounding wolf reintroduction. The contributors specifically comment on the social, cultural, and ecological values that are a part of the on-going national debate. Specially addressed are the views of stakeholders in the Adirondack decision; historical trends in public perception of wolf restoration; the legal and policy context for species preservation; biological and political lessons gleaned from the Yellowstone, Isle Royal, and Great Lakes states wolf restoration experiments; and the meaning of wilderness in both humans the wolves. Wolves And Human Communities is a seminal, significant, highly recommended contribution that will be greatly appreciated by environmental and animal rights activists, ecologists, as well as wolf population and habitat restorationists.


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