Funny, scary, and touching true stories from Yellowstone wildlife photographers, rangers, guides, and trackers who've accidentally come face-to-face with grizzly bears and bison, who've camped out in -70 degree temperatures, and much more. From a Wall Street Journal best-selling author and wildlife photographer whose award-wining Yellowstone imagery is displayed in the Smithsonian.More
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What a wonderful book 5+
The audio version of the book inflects emotion to the stories which a text based book cannot
It is a group of stories about the Yellowstone area as seen through the eyes of a wildlife photographer . So books that cover that are not all that common. Some might be John Muirs books, or All Creatures Great and Small by James Herriot and his love of animals and their personalities
Old scarface. It was touching about a Grizzly that was aging and having a difficult time getting about. We can all relate to that sooner or later
The other visitors and residents of Yellowstone NP
A wonderful book I really enjoyed. Animals have personalities and they were captured very well in this book. A must if your visiting the park or any large wildlife park to understand the residents better.
If I could have given 6 stars for story I would have. If you love animals, the outdoors are a photographer , hiker its a joy to listen to the stories.
I was given this book to review. The opinions are my own and honest; what I like or don't like are my true feelings
Animal Personalities, the Majesty of Yellowstone
Yellowstone Life Cycles
The stories of life in Yellowstone National Park. The personalities of the bears and other animals, the interaction of Nature, Wildlife, the Park Service and visitors. Makes me want to be there too!
The first story of Scarface, then the discovery of familial connections!
It made me appreciate our National Parks, and how lucky we are to have them. And our obligation to preserve them for generations to come.
In my opinion, this Audible work is worth the credit and my listening time. It is certainly worth many relistenings!
Thanks for the opportunity to listen and offer my opinions on this work! A review copy was gifted to me at no charge. In return, I am happy to provide an honest review. Also at no charge.
- in1ear (John Row)