Path of the Puma: The Remarkable Resilience of the Mountain Lion (hardcover book)
Published by Patagonia, Path of the Puma is an expert's view of the big cat's fight to find its wild; written by Jim Williams.
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During a time when most wild animals are experiencing decline in the face of development and climate change, the intrepid mountain lion—also known as a puma, a cougar and other names—has experienced reinvigoration as well as expansion of territory. What makes this cat, the fourth carnivore in the food chain—just ahead of humans—so resilient and resourceful? And what can conservationists and wild life managers learn from them about the web of biodiversity that is in desperate need of protection? Their story is fascinating for the lessons it can afford the protection of all species in times of dire challenge and decline.
- Foreword by Douglas Chadwick
- 312-page hardcover book, with full-color photographs throughout
- Dimensions: 6” X 9 1/4”
- Printed on 100% postconsumer-waste recycled paper
- About the author: Jim Williams is an award-winning, professionally certified wildlife biologist. He has worked for Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks for 25 years, studied mountain lion ecology, and has spent years working on mountain lion and other wildlife conservation issues. He has worked with biologists in Chile and Argentina on a variety of wildlife conservation projects.
- Published by Patagonia
- 780 g (27.5 oz)
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