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Doug Chadwick

Doug Chadwick

A wildlife biologist who studied mountain goats and grizzlies in the Rockies, elephants in Africa, and whales in the world’s oceans, Doug Chadwick also writes about natural history, conservation, and wildlife around the world, from right whales in the sub-Antarctic to snow leopards in the Himalayas, producing close to 50 articles for National Geographic magazine. In addition, he has written thirteen books about wildlife and conservation, including Yellowstone to Yukon, and the lead chapter in Crown of the Continent: The Wildest Rockies, a photographic celebration of the region’s wildlife and scenic majesty.

Articles

Photo: Joe Riis

Tracking Gobi Grizzlies

Dec 8, 2016 December 8, 2016

Today, we’re happy to share an excerpt from Douglas Chadwick’s new book, Tracking Gobi Grizzlies: Surviving Beyond the Back of Beyond, published by Patagonia Books. The following story appears in chapter nine, Big Bawa. We set out later in the morning in two vans, one to… Read More

Dispatches From Grandmaster Gulo Pimpdaddy

Dispatches From Grandmaster Gulo Pimpdaddy

Nov 18, 2010 November 18, 2010

We got this note from Doug Chadwick, writer, National Geographic contributor, and all-around friend to "hyper-nasty, victim-shredding gluttons," i.e. wolverines. Thought you might like this update on his travels and findings. If you enjoy the update, be sure to catch the Nature special on PBS – Wolverine:… Read More