CoalitionWILD & the Wild Foundation present:
Noun: An individual that is the last of its species or subspecies.
When the endling dies, the species becomes extinct.
A blend of story-telling, science, and imagery, No More Endlings shares the personal
accounts of those working to protect endangered species. Readers of this incredible anthology will gain a fresh look
at the lives of some well-beloved species, as well as those lesser-known. Filled with intimate details from each
contributor’s journey, as well as inspiration for those of us who may never make it into the jungles of South
America or the grasslands of Africa, No More Endlings is the perfect read for anyone interested in wildlife,
conservation, and a good story. Educators will appreciate the scientific sections that accompany each chapter, and
those exploring a career or volunteer opportunities in the conservation realm will especially find this book relevant
as it highlights the realities of working in the field. Chapter authors, ranging from National Geographic Explorers,
to college professors and internationally recognized conservationists and activists, will inspire readers to take
action and ensure a world with no more endlings.
Myself with editor Allison Hegan
I'm happy to be a contributor to this great endeavor.
has authored a great chapter on the gray wolf entitled: Wolves Of The West. She covers the reintroduction of
wolves to Yellowstone National Park, along with the controversial wolf hunts, including the killing of
The '06 Female.
Also 50% of all the royalties from the sales of this book go to conservation.
My royalties go to the Yellowstone Park Foundation - Wolf Project.
Find out more here: http://www.allisonhegan.com/
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