By 1926, U.S. government agents had trapped, poisoned, or shot every wolf in and around Yellowstone National Park. In January of 1995, after a generation of struggle between the wolf's friends and foes, the wolf was returned to Yellowstone. The wolf's return has brought far-reaching changes to the cultures of the modern West and the meaning of conservation. Thomas McNamee, former president of the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, chronicles the drama of the environmental story of the decade.
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Published May 1, 1997
by Henry Holt & Co.
Business & Economics, Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Science & Math.