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Adolph’s resulting book, “The Wolves of Mt. McKinley,” was instrumental in ending the eradication program, which was the prevailing method of predator control at the time. Murie, A. The wolves of Mt. McKinley. National Park Service, Fauna Ser. 5, pp. Northern Rocky Mountain Wolf Recovery Team. Northern Rocky Mountain wolf recovery plan interagency report. 67 pp. Northern Rocky Mountain Wolf Recovery Team. Northern Rocky Mountain wolf recovery plan interagency report. 67 pp.
The Wolves of Mount McKinley (), by Adolph Murie (illustrated HTML at National Park Service) Filed under: Dogs -- Behavior -- Juvenile literature Dogs and their doings (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., n.d.), by F. O Morris, illust. by Harrison Weir and Edwin Henry Landseer (page images at Florida). his field studies in the notable book Birds and Mammals of Mount McKinley National Park, Alaska. Adolph Murie made significant contribu-tions to understanding many northern species with his landmark books The Wolves of Mount McKinley published in , The Mammals of Mount McKinley published in , The Birds of Mount McKinley, Alaska.
Their books, Wolves of Mount McKinley, Grizzlies of Mount McKinley and Mammals of Denali are the best science writings on wildlife in Denali. The cabin they used, still standing and used, is near the East Fork River and can be seen from the Park road en route to Polychrome Pass. Author of A naturalist in Alaska, Mammals of Denali, Ecology of the coyote in the Yellowstone, The grizzlies of Mount McKinley, The wolves of Mount McKinley, The ecological relationship of two subspecies of Peromyscys in the Glacier park region, The moose of Isle Royale, Mammals from Guatemala and British Honduras.
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The Wolves of Mount McKinley Paperback – April 1, by Adolph Murie (Author) out of 5 stars 14 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback $Cited by: THE WOLVES OF MOUNT MCKINLEY was written as a scientific study, so the style can be a bit dry in places, but it is so chock-full of information it has become over the years one of the most valuable books of its kind, one that deserves its current place in the genre.
It may have been written over seventy years ago, but wolves in the wild have 4/5(1). The Wolves of Mount McKinley book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Originally published inThe Wolves of Mount McKinley is /5. Between andAdolph Murie, one of North America's greatest naturalists, made a field study of the relationship between wolves and Dall sheep in Mount McKinley National Park (since renamed Denali National Park) which has come to be respected as a.
The wolves of Mount McKinley by Murie, A. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The black and gray wolves were present in about equal numbers in Mount McKinley National Park. Nelson (), reporting on his sojourn in Alaska from tostates that at the head of the Yukon River the black wolves predominated and that the gray wolves were most abundant near the Bering Sea.
Inthe National Park Service assigned Murie to assess the relationship between the Dall sheep and the wolf in the Mt. McKinley area. The resulting book, The Wolves of Mt. McKinley, is considered a classic, especially given the detailed field observations which Murie spent hours collecting from –, including the discovery that.
Charles Sheldon () found wolves in the Mount McKinley region in andbut just how prevalent they were it is hard to say. He found little evidence of wolves among the sheep hills along the Toklat River, but found these animals "very abundant" among the caribou at the edge of the mountains on Toklat River.
Buy Wolves of Mount McKinley Reprint by Murie, Adolph (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: The title of Murie's book is far too restrictive to represent the full range of its contents.
While the longest single chapter of the book is, indeed, devoted to the habits and ranges of wolves, including their interrelationships with other species inhabiting the huge national park surrounding Mt.
McKinley (or Denali, as it is more popularly known in Alaska), other /5(3). Denali, "The High One," (Alaska's Mount McKinley) has beguiled storytellers since time immemorial. In this wide- ranging anthology spanning years of published writings - representing both the northern classics and little-known gems - editor Bill Sherwont gives us a taste of rich literary legacy.
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Never Cry Wolf is an account of the author's experience observing wolves in subarctic Canada by Farley Mowat, first published in by McClelland and was adapted into a film of the same name in It has been credited for dramatically changing the public image of the wolf to a more positive one.
Between andAdolph Murie, one of North America’s greatest naturalists, made a field study of the relationship between wolves and Dall sheep in Mount McKinley National Park (since renamed Denali National Park) which has come to be respected as a classic work of natural : University of Washington Press.
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Get this from a library. The wolves of Mount McKinley. [Adolph Murie] -- Based on a field study of the ecological relationship between the timber wolf (Canis lupus pambasileus) and the Dall sheep (Ovis dalli dalli), ; includes sections on the ecology of the.
As a sixteen-year-old, I received a loaned copy in the mail of Adolf Murie’s classic: “The Wolves of Mt. McKinley” from that park’s superintendent, with the request that this out-of-print work be returned when I had completed reading it.
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Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Wolves of Mount McKinley Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED EMBED (for. Print book: State or province government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Describes the life cycle of Alaskan wolves in greater detail than has ever been done and shows a great deal about the entire ecological network of predator and prey.The Online Books Page The Wolves of Mount McKinley.
Title: The Wolves of Mount McKinley: Author: Murie, Adolph: Note: Link: illustrated HTML at National Park Service: Look for editions of this book at your library, or elsewhere. Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new listing.Washington DC: National Park Service, Paperback.
6 x 9, pgs, index, b&w photos. Detailed study of the wolves in this habitat in relation to prey; and discussion of other animal relationships, i.e. bear-ox, coyote-fox, eagle-fox, wolf-fox, grizzly-wolf, relationship of the golden eagle to park fauna, etc.
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