- Author:Richard P. Thiel
- Publisher:Univ of Wisconsin Pr; First Edition edition (December 1, 1993)
- Pages:320 pages
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I purchased Mr. Thiel's book some time ago (December 1994), but have very fond memories of the frequent times that I have read its pages. The content of the book weaves masterfully through historical context coupled with an easy to read style of story-telling narrative
I purchased Mr. The content of the book weaves masterfully through historical context coupled with an easy to read style of story-telling narrative. The manuscript guides the reader from the wolves beginnings in the State and subsequent extinction, to the modern day re-introduction of "canis lupus" to the Northwoods
As an inquisitive teenager, Richard Thiel began his pursuit of the Wisconsin timber wolf's story in the mid-1960s .
As an inquisitive teenager, Richard Thiel began his pursuit of the Wisconsin timber wolf's story in the mid-1960s and has been at it ever since. The result is this arresting, intensely readable book, a story of fear, mistrust, and misunderstanding that ends, thankfully, as one of hope and appreciation. Recommendation I would recommend this book to any male sophomore from the state of Wisconsin because of the book taking place in Wisconsin. It teaches a young adult many things that most do not know and some of them things you would never know if you had never read it.
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Thiel, Richard P. (1993) The Timber Wolf in Wisconsin: The Death and Life of a Majestic Predator The University of Wisconsin Press. Wydeven, Adrian . T. R. van Deelen and E. Heske (2009) Recovery of Gray Wolves in the Great Lakes Region of the United States Springer Science + Business Media, LLC. THE SOUTHWEST (top). Burbank, James C. (1990) Vanishing Lobo: The Mexican Wolf and the Southwest Johnson Publishing Company. Bass, Rick (1998) The New Wolves: The Return of the Mexican Wolf to the Southwest Lyons Press.
Wolf hunting with dogs is a method of wolf hunting which relies on the use of hunting dogs. While any dog, especially a hound used for hunting wolves may be loosely termed a "wolfhound", several dog breeds have been specifically bred for the purpose, some of which, such as the Irish Wolfhound, have the word in their breed name. An Anglo-Saxon wolf hunt, as illustrated in The British wolf-hunters: A Tale of England in the Olden Time, an 1859 novel by Thomas Miller. The timber wolf in Wisconsin: the death and life of a majestic predator by Richard P. Thiel, published by University of Wisconsin Press, 1993, ISBN 0-299-13944-1, ISBN 978-0-299-13944-5, 253 pages.
Wolves (Canis lupus) were abundant in the Great Lakes region just prior to early European settlement . Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press.
Wolves (Canis lupus) were abundant in the Great Lakes region just prior to early European settlement (1800–1850). The subsequent extirpation of wolves and most of their large prey from much of this region is just one of the many threats humans have posed to North American wildlife by exploitation and indifference. In Minnesota deer classic record book, ed. M. LaBarbara, pp. 9–21. Minneapolis: Minnesota Wildlife Heritage Foundation. Thompson, D. Q. 1952. Travel, range, and food habits of timber wolves in Wisconsin.
The timber wolf in Wisconsin: the death and life of a majestic predator by Richard P. Its History, Breeding, Exhibiting and Care (Vintage Dog Books Breed Classic) by Nellie Martin, Published by READ BOOKS, 2005. ISBN 1-84664-043-1, ISBN 978-1-84664-043-8, 128 pages.
Several wolfhounds were killed in wolf hunts in the warden sponsored Wisconsin Conservation Department of the 1930s. Wolf hunting with dogs is now legal only in Wisconsin in the USA as of 2013. Dogs are normally fearful of wolves.