Never Cry Wolf

By Farley Mowat

Never has serious conservation of wildlife been so charming and fun.
~ Delia Owens

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Publish Date: 1963

The book is an account of Mowat’s observation of wolves in subarctic Canada. Sent to Manitoba to study the dwindling population of caribou, Mowat spends his time among the wolf packs, finding that these creatures are not the bloodthirsty predators they are portrayed as, but display behaviour similar to that of humans.