The author of Kilgour's ore writes of an Australian wild dog, a master killer, hated and feared by cattle and sheep men alike. Here is the sharp cunning character of a dingo, his legendary personality, his danger to stock raisers. White Ears early learns the value of caution, becomes wise in the ways of men, perfects his own style of killing and kills so much and so unnecessarily that the bounty on his head increases. He ordinary means can bring about his destruction. When he is finally caught he has man's respectful treatment. Perceptive natural history story -- informative.