Never cry wolf

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Seal Books, 1973 - Animal behavior - 164 pages
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An unforgettable odyssey of self-discovery and startling adventure begins as a young, inexperienced biologist is deposited alone onto the frozen Arctic tundra. Once settled, he struggles not only to endure the forces of nature, but also to learn as much as he can about the mysterious and misconstrued habits of the wolves he has been sent to study.

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User Review  - Anonymous - Borders

This book is about Mr. Mowat's early experiences working for the Canadian government as a field biologist studying Arctic wolves. During this era, wolves were regarded by white locals and authorities ... Read full review

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User Review  - Olgalijo - Goodreads

Great read. Mowat is a master of sarcasm, and the light and playful way with which he starts the story is the perfect counterpoint to the regret in the final scene, which drives home Mowat's message. Really, really, you have to read it. Read full review


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