Baker & Taylor Tells the story of the successful effort to recover grizzlies, the policy changes and disputes between bear managers and bear advocates, and, for the first time, reveals what recovery means for the people who now live with these animals across a broad landscape. 20,000 first printing.
Perseus Publishing Conflicts arise when humans and grizzlies are forced into close quarters.
Extremely timely since the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service recently proposed to remove protections for grizzlies in the region and the issue is sure to end up in federal court.
Each year, more than four million visitors flock to Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, many with the hope and expectation of seeing grizzly bears.
Book also of general outdoors interest, especially for backpackers, hunters, those living in the affected areas of the west.