God's Dog: A Celebration of the North American Coyote

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iUniverse, 2005 - Nature - 340 pages
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For two years naturalist/photographer Hope Ryden camped in remote areas of the West observing and photographing coyotes. With eloquence and clarity, she describes the private life of this much-maligned animal in a book that has been heralded as the classic treatise on the subject. While observing her controversial subjects, Hope endured hardships and peril, events she weaves into her beautiful story.

"As full of charm and tenacious inquisitiveness as the appealing animal she pleads to see allowed to live."
-The Washington Post

"A faultless and reasoned attitude."
-The New York Times

  

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This was such a joy to read. It was fascinating to learn more about coyotes, but I enjoyed seeing the author's approach to her work even more. Ryden was conducting some of the first in depth, in the ... Read full review

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Contents

AUTUMN A Scouting Trip
3
WINTERTIME A Sea ofSnow
47
INTERLUDE Kiki and Amber
129
SPRINGTIME A Den
167
THE OUTLOOK Man the Predator
255
Postscript
295
Index
313
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Hope Ryden is the author of America's Last Wild Horses.

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