This story is about the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone and the complex political and scientific issues and debates that arose because of it, as well as being a story about O-Six, a beloved wolf, who’s fascinating life was documented by many different trackers.
This strikes a good balance between being informational nonfiction that presents all sides, and telling a captivating story about life as a wolf. I think it would win over many who aren’t sure where they stand on the issue of wolves being reintroduced into national habitats, after almost becoming extinct.
Supposedly, there is a movie about O-Six, so I will definitely attempt to find and watch that. This story does pull you in to the emotional highs and lows of life in the animal kingdom.
Book 12 read in 2019