If you live in or near Portland don’t miss the upcoming opportunity to hear wolf biologist and writer, Carter Niemeyer, speak about his latest book, Wolf Land. The event is sponsored by the Audubon Society of Portland and will be held on October 11, 2016.
Wolf Land is Niemeyer’s second memoir based on his experiences with wolves in several settings, including Alberta, where he led a major role in capturing subjects for the Yellowstone National Park and central Idaho reintroductions. We also read many of Niemeyer’s compelling stories about wolf interactions in Montana, Wyoming and Idaho.
Below is my review of Wolf Land that appeared today in The Oregonian. This is a fascinating book, one everyone with even a spark of an interest in wolves will enjoy and learn from.
Years ago, biologist and trapper Carter Niemeyer’s job was to kill problem wolves in the northern Rocky Mountains. Since then, he’s become a supporter of wolves, a consultant when wolf and livestock issues arise, as well as an interpreter to a curious public of what goes on behind the scenes in the controversial world of wolf management…