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Lewis and Clark among the Grizzlies

Lewis and Clark among the Grizzlies Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762769386
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Lewis and Clark's expedition was full of adventures, but few were as exhilarating as their moments with grizzly bears. The author has combed the journals to provide readers with Lewis and Clark's own words on the Ursus horribles and offers new insight into the role of the grizzly bear in this tale of Western exploration and discovery.

Mating A Grizzly: League Of Gallize Shifters

Mating A Grizzly: League Of Gallize Shifters Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dianna Love
Editor: Silver Hawk Press LLC
ISBN: 194065162X
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Mistake - this ISBN was for THE PERFECT TEN!!! DO NOT release to any book retailer as the Perfect Ten is no longer in existence.

Sea of Slaughter

Sea of Slaughter Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Farley Mowat
Editor: D & M Publishers
ISBN: 1771000473
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The northeastern seaboard of North America, extending from Labrador to Cape Cod, was the first region of North America to suffer from human exploitation. Farley Mowat informs the extensive historical and biological research with his direct experience living in and observing this region. When it was first published nearly thirty years ago, Sea of Slaughter served as a catalyst for environment reform, raising awareness of the decline and destruction of marine and coastal species. Today, it remains a prescient and chilling environmental classic, serving, now as ever, as a haunting reminder of the impact of human interest on the natural world.

Grizzly Heart

Grizzly Heart Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Charlie Russell
Editor: Vintage Canada
ISBN: 0307371026
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An absorbing first-hand account of living with bears, from the acclaimed author of The Spirit Bear. To many people, grizzlies are symbols of power and ferocity -- creatures to be feared and, too often, killed. But Charlie Russell, who has had a forty-year relationship with bears, holds the controversial belief that it is possible to live with and truly understand bears in the wild. And for five years now, Russell and his partner, artist and photographer Maureen Enns, have spent summers on the Kamchatka peninsula, located on the northeast coast of Russia, and home of the densest population of brown bears in the world. Grizzly Heart tells the remarkable story of how Russell and Enns have defied the preconceptions of wildlife officials and the general public by living unthreatened -- and respected -- among the grizzlies of Kamchatka. In an honest and immediate style, Russell tells of the trials and successes of their years in the field, from convincing Russian officials to allow them to study, to adopting three bear cubs left orphaned when their mother was killed by a hunter (and teaching these cubs how to survive in the wild), to raising environmental awareness through art. Through a combination of careful study and personal dedication, Russell and Enns are persuading people to reconsider the age-old image of the grizzly bear as a ferocious man-eater and perpetual threat. Through their actions, they demonstrate that it is possible to forge a mutually respectful relationship with these majestic giants, and provide compelling reasons for altering our culture. "We have been able to live beautifully with these animals, with no serious threat, because of what we've learned. Hopefully, sharing what we learn will help people -- and be a big help to our bears, too."

The Grizzly Mother

The Grizzly Mother Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Brett D. Huson
Editor: Portage & Main Press
ISBN: 1553797779
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Book two in the award-winning Mothers of Xsan series, The Grizzly Mother uses striking illustration and lyrical language to bring the poetry of the Xsan ecosystem to life. “spellbinding”—Publishers Weekly, starred review To the Gitxsan people of Northwestern British Columbia, the grizzly is an integral part of the natural landscape. Together, they share the land and forests that the Skeena River runs through, as well as the sockeye salmon within it. Follow mother bear as she teaches her cubs what they need to survive on their own.

After the Grizzly

After the Grizzly Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Peter S. Alagona
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520954416
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After the Grizzly by Peter S. Alagona Summary

Thoroughly researched and finely crafted, After the Grizzly traces the history of endangered species and habitat in California, from the time of the Gold Rush to the present. Peter S. Alagona shows how scientists and conservationists came to view the fates of endangered species as inextricable from ecological conditions and human activities in the places where those species lived. Focusing on the stories of four high-profile endangered species—the California condor, desert tortoise, Delta smelt, and San Joaquin kit fox—Alagona offers an absorbing account of how Americans developed a political system capable of producing and sustaining debates in which imperiled species serve as proxies for broader conflicts about the politics of place. The challenge for conservationists in the twenty-first century, this book claims, will be to redefine habitat conservation beyond protected wildlands to build more diverse and sustainable landscapes.


SLAVERY CONTINUES Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mehr A. Kalami
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1491733829
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SLAVERY CONTINUES by Mehr A. Kalami Summary

Since thousands of years, slavery in every form has been the root cause of misery and crime in every society it has crept in. Shackles and fetters are not the only means of enslavement of humankind-by-humankind. Enslavers employ many other means to dehumanize humanity. Slavery is in various forms; human trafficking, organized abduction, prostitution, deprivation of rights to freedom of worship, thoughts, press and speech. Torture and imprisonment of the general population on trumped up charges in medieval dungeons by sadistic dictators is not a new phenomenon. This millennia old ailment refuses to ablate by a few jolts. Countless Symposiums and Resolutions passed by Societies and Organizations throughout the world have had no effect on this chronic scourge. Many governments have in private considered slavery as a boon to their economy! While outwardly condemning, but inwardly condoning it, notorious regimes are even signatories to the passive Resolutions passed by the United Nations. Many while allowing this vile trade to continue in their country adopt a struthious approach to this saga! Only a genuine crusade supported by every government in the world to wage a relentless war of attrition against this evil can be effective.

The Great Grizzlies Go Home

The Great Grizzlies Go Home Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Judy Hilgemann
Editor: Harbour Publishing
ISBN: 155017908X
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The Great Grizzlies Go Home by Judy Hilgemann Summary

Two curious young grizzly bears go on A very long swim, far from their usual home in the Great Bear Rainforest. They crunch tart red cranberries in the bog then dig for crabs on the beach. They wander through backyards and feast on plums. Then they sniff something even more delicious—mmm, barbecued salmon. But a village full of people is no place for grizzly bears, no matter how sweet the plums or how tasty that salmon smells. Time for a helicopter ride home! The Great Grizzlies Go Home tells the story of the bears’ adventurous journey, ending in their safe relocation back to the mainland. Featuring detailed watercolour paintings, engaging text and a concluding section with bear safety tips, the book will capture the imagination of readers young and old.

The Adventures of James Capen Adams

The Adventures of James Capen Adams Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Theodore H. Hittell
Editor: Taylor Trade Publications
ISBN: 1589797647
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The Adventures of James Capen Adams by Theodore H. Hittell Summary

This is the story of James Capen Adams, a mountain man born in 1807 who brought grizzlies to the city of San Francisco, and then New York, for exhibition. But Adams was not simply a showman; he had a deeper connection with the animals. While living in the mountains with the grizzlies, he tamed and trained them. He was even able to use the great bears as willing pack animals. After his return to the city, he lived amongst his animals and slept on a buffalo robe or bear-skin, many times in the very exhibit hall in which he held his shows. In The Adventures of James Capen Adams, Theodore H. Hittell provides us with the transcription of this fascinating mountain man’s first-hand account of his wild life and times.

The Grizzly Maze

The Grizzly Maze Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Nick Jans
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101097701
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With a new introduction on Werner Herzog’s film entitled The Grizzly Man Timothy Treadwell, self-styled “bear whisperer” dared to live among the grizzlies, seeking to overturn the perception of them as dangerously aggressive animals. When he and his girlfriend were mauled, it created a media sensation. In The Grizzly Maze, Nick Jans, a seasoned outdoor writer with a quarter century of experience writing about Alaska and bears, traces Treadwell’s rise from unknown waiter in California to celebrity, providing a moving portrait of the man whose controversial ideas and behavior earned him the scorn of hunters, the adoration of animal lovers and the skepticism of naturalists. “Intensely imagistic, artfully controlled prose . . . behind the building tension of Treadwell’s path to oblivion, a stunning landscape looms.”—Newsday

Meet Mr. Grizzly

Meet Mr. Grizzly Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Montague Stevens
Editor: Pickle Partners Publishing
ISBN: 1839740167
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Meet Mr. Grizzly by Montague Stevens Summary

Meet Mr. Grizzly, first published in 1943, is the memoir of Montague Stevens – a Cambridge-educated Englishman who was a cattle-rancher in New Mexico, and who had a passion for hunting grizzly bears (with the help of his hunting dogs). The book chronicles some of his many adventures of hunting, dog- and horse-training, and on the natural history of the region. Included are 15 pages of illustrations.

Grizzly Years

Grizzly Years Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Doug Peacock
Editor: Holt Paperbacks
ISBN: 9781429933476
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Grizzly Years by Doug Peacock Summary

For nearly twenty years, alone and unarmed, author Doug Peacock traversed the rugged mountains of Montana and Wyoming tracking the magnificent grizzly. His thrilling narrative takes us into the bear's habitat, where we observe directly this majestic animal's behavior, from hunting strategies, mating patterns, and denning habits to social hierarchy and methods of communication. As Peacock tracks the bears, his story turns into a thrilling narrative about the breaking down of suspicion between man and beast in the wild.

Down from the Mountain

Down from the Mountain Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Bryce Andrews
Editor: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 132897247X
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Down from the Mountain by Bryce Andrews Summary

“Andrews’s wonderful Down from the Mountain is deeply informed by personal experience and made all the stronger by his compassion and measured thoughts . . . Welcome and impressive work.” —Barry Lopez The story of a grizzly bear named Millie: her life, death, and cubs, and what they reveal about the changing character of the American West An "ode to wildness and wilderness" (Outside Magazine), Down from the Mountain tells the story of one grizzly in the changing Montana landscape. Millie was cunning, a fiercely protective mother to her cubs. But raising those cubs in the mountains was hard, as the climate warmed and people crowded the valleys. There were obvious dangers, like poachers, and subtle ones, like the corn field that drew her into sure trouble. That trouble is where award-winning writer, farmer, and conservationist Bryce Andrews's story intersects with Millie’s. In this "welcome and impressive work" he shows how this drama is "the core of a major problem in the rural American West—the disagreement between large predatory animals and invasive modern settlers”—an entangled collision where the shrinking wilds force human and bear into ever closer proximity (Barry Lopez).

The Grizzly Hustle and Other Cases

The Grizzly Hustle and Other Cases Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Seymour Simon
Editor: StarWalk Kids Media
ISBN: 163083226X
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Science loving Adam "Einstein" Anderson is back - and more contemporary than ever! Einstein and his best friend Paloma try to stump each other and foil the ever-scheming Stanley as they solve science mysteries. Not only have the characters, stories, dialog and devices been updated, every story now includes a fun science experiment for readers to try. Great stories and hands-on science!

Never Say Die

Never Say Die Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Will Hobbs
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062223844
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Never Say Die by Will Hobbs Summary

In this fast-paced adventure story set in the Canadian arctic, fifteen-year-old Inuit hunter Nick Thrasher comes face-to-face with a fearsome creature on a routine caribou hunt gone wrong. Part grizzly, part polar bear, this environmental mutant has been pegged the “grolar bear” by wildlife experts. Nick may have escaped this time, but it won’t be his last encounter. Then Nick’s estranged half-brother, Ryan, offers to take him on a rafting trip down a remote part of the Firth River. But when disaster strikes, the two narrowly evade death. They’re left stranded without supplies—and then the grolar bear appears. Will Hobbs brings his singular style to this suspenseful story about two brothers fighting for survival against the unpredictable—and sometimes deadly—whims of nature.

Wild Awakening

Wild Awakening Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Greg J. Matthews,James Lund
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1501194550
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Wild Awakening by Greg J. Matthews,James Lund Summary

In this “powerful story about the healing every man needs” (John Eldredge, New York Times bestselling author), a near-fatal attack by an enraged grizzly bear leads to an unexpected encounter with God for alpha male Greg Matthews. Greg Matthews was the ultimate poster-boy for masculinity. Avid hunter and outdoorsman, Air Force and civilian firefighter, EMT, rescue helicopter pilot, fugitive recovery agent, Ground Zero volunteer and more, Greg had spent his whole life striving to serve others but for all the wrong reasons. After his parents’ divorce when he was young, Greg believed deep down that the only way he could be loved and valued—by his father, by his family, and by God—was if he earned it through daring, high-stakes, high-risk—what society commonly refers to as “manly”—achievements. But everything changed when an idyllic hunting trip through the backwoods of Alaska turned into a harrowing fight for his life. Greg was attacked by a grizzly bear—but the gruesome, nearly fatal conflict offered an unexpected encounter with God. Greg’s eyes, and more importantly, his heart, were finally opened to the lie that he’d internalized as a child: that his dangerously high-risk achievements were the sole signifiers of his worth. The road to recovery was long and painful, but it forced Greg to come face-to-face with the long-held view of manhood he had absorbed as his own identity. The relentless grizzly uncovered something in Greg’s heart: that he was being pursued by an equally persistent God, who loved him unconditionally. A gripping tale of survival and a rebuttal to outdated notions about masculinity, Wild Awakening “will help you lead a life of greater purpose” (John O’Leary, author of On Fire).

American Trapper

American Trapper Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Fergus Mason
Editor: BookCaps Study Guides
ISBN: 1629174084
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American Trapper by Fergus Mason Summary

In 1823, Hugh Glass did the unthinkable: he wrestled a grizzly bear...and won. But that is only the beginning of the remarkable tale--Glass, badly mauled with a broken leg, was 200 miles from help. Determined, he set his own leg and made the long journey first by crawling, then by floating down a river. Following the freak encounter with the bear, Glass became a legend. He's considered one of the greatest American hunters, and knew the frontier like few people before or after him. This book tells the incredible stories that made up his life.

Animals and Public Health

Animals and Public Health Pdf/ePub eBook Author: A. Akhtar
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 0230358527
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Animals and Public Health by A. Akhtar Summary

A compelling argument of how human health is adversely affected by our poor treatment of non-human animals. The author contents that in order to successfully confront the 21st Century's health challenges, we need to broaden the definition of the word 'public' in public health to include non-human animals.

Losing Eden

Losing Eden Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Sara Dant
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111893430X
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Losing Eden by Sara Dant Summary

Losing Eden traces the environmental history and development of the American West and explains how the land has shaped and been shaped by the people who live there. Discusses key events and topics from the Beringia migration, Columbian Exchange, and federal territorial acquisition to post-war expansion, resource exploitation, and climate change Structures the coverage around three important themes: balancing economic success and ecological protection; avoiding "the tragedy of the commons"; and achieving sustainability Contains an accessible, up-to-date narrative written by an expert scholar and professor that supplements a variety of college-level survey or seminar courses on US, American West, or environmental history Incorporates student-friendly features, including definitions of key terms, suggested reading sections, and over 30 illustrations

The Bee Hunters

The Bee Hunters Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Gustave Aimard
Editor: The Floating Press
ISBN: 1776596897
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The Bee Hunters by Gustave Aimard Summary

French-born writer Gustave Aimard penned numerous action-adventure novels over the course of his literary career, many of which are set in Latin America and the western territories of the United States. His gripping tale The Bee Hunters begins with a foiled assassination attempt that has far-reaching consequences for the perpetrator and the intended victim.