"A serious, engrossing look at issues influencing state and federal conservation policy, though not for readers looking for a feel-good tale."
Veteran science writer Stolzenburg (Rat Island: Predators in Paradise—and the World's Greatest Wildlife Rescue, 2011, etc.) tracks the two-year journey of a mountain lion from his home in South Dakota's Black Hills to a Connecticut parkway only 70 miles from New York City.Read full book review >
"A tough, nuanced consideration of ethical issues that arise from man's relationship to nature."
Veteran science writer Stolzenburg (Where the Wild Things Were: Life, Death, and Ecological Wreckage in a Land of Vanishing Predators, 2008) pursues the question of the predator-prey dynamic.
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