Eradicating Colorado wolves a "difficult, gruesome endeavor"

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Eradicating Colorado wolves a "difficult, gruesome endeavor"

Post by Koa » Tue Dec 25, 2018 1:17 pm

Has anyone heard of or read this book before?
Eradicating wolves in Colorado was difficult, gruesome endeavor
By Bob Silbernagel, Dec. 16, 2018
GRAND JUNCTION DAILY SENTINEL

By the spring of 1923, W.J. Nearing of the U.S. Biological Survey had spent the better part of two years attempting to track and kill a lone female wolf known only as the Phantom in the Book Cliffs north of Fruita.

He'd shot her and thought he'd killed her the previous year, but when he reached the spot where her body should have been, he found only a few splotches of blood. She'd lived up to her nickname.

"Somewhere back there in the country where mirages shimmered, where wind elves had fashioned goblins out of rock … the Phantom wolf was hidden in the enchanted land of the Big Salt Wash," wrote Arthur Carhart in his 1929 book, "The Last Stand of the Pack."
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