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Following the Last Wild Wolves

by Ian McAllister, introduction by Paul Paquet, contributions by Chris Darimont

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A textual edition of the bestselling photo book, updated with the author's recent observations of the wolves of the raincoast.

The illustrated edition of The Last Wild Wolves won the BC Booksellers' Choice Award and has sold over 7,000 copies. This updated textual edition follows what has happened to the wolves and their habitat since the book first appeared in 2007 and presents the latest scientific research indicating that these wolves are a distinct species. Following the Last Wild Wolves also contains a sixteen-page photographic insert that includes spectacular new photos of the wolves in their natural habitat.

About the Authors
Ian McAllister is an award-winning photographer and author of many books, including A Whale's World, The Seal Garden, Wolf Island, A Bear's Life, The Salmon Bears, The Sea Wolves and The Great Bear Sea (all with Nicholas Read). He is the founding director of Pacific Wild, a Canadian nonprofit wildlife-conservation group. He lives with his family in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest. For more information, visit pacificwild.org.
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Paul C. Paquet holds a PhD in zoology from the University of Alberta and is an internationally recognized authority on wolves. He is an associate professor in the Faculty of Environmental Design at the University of Calgary. He lives in Saskatchewan.

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Chris Darimont holds a PhD in biology from the University of Victoria, where his dissertation grew out of the Raincoast Conservation Society's Rainforest Wolf Project. His work has been recognized by numerous awards, among them an Excellence in Science Award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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Following the Last Wild Wolves

McAllister, a conservation biologist who spent 20 years documenting the unique role wolves play in the temperate rainforest, explores the captivating, elusive lifestyle of coastal wolves in this book. Observing over 40 wolf packs, he reveals his team’s fascinating primary research about the least studied wolves in North America. McAllister’s personalized observations provide an intimate look into the daily life of rainforest wolves, wolves that are not found anywhere else in the world. These fascinating creatures can swim distances of up to 10 km, devour an unsuspecting black bear and maintain a mutually beneficial relationship with ravens. Drawing parallels between wolves and humans while including insights from a First Nations researcher, this is an eloquently written book.

McAllister is coauthor of The Great Bear Rainforest.

Source: The Association of Book Publishers of BC. BC Books for BC Schools. 2011-2012.

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