Tracking Wolves in the Wild
by Sylvia A. Johnson and Alice Aamodt
For a juvenile non-fiction book about wolves, this one is pretty thorough. It details how wolves live in the wild, their social structure and pack life, how the pups are raised, what they eat, hunting methods, territory defense and so on. Also conflicts with humans, some folklore and misconceptions about wolves, and how radio-tracking is used to study them (thus the subtitle, which I found a bit odd because it\’s only one short chapter at the very end that discusses this). It\’s basic, but really informative for all that. I recognized most of the photographs. I think I\’ve seen them before in some older edition of National Geographic.
Rating: 3/5 96 pages, 1985