I would recommend “Wolves: Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation”, by L. David Mech. It is a comprehensive record of the behavior, biology, and habitat of the wolf that puts it into an environmental perspective. It seems to be a bit academic, but I doubt you would find another piece as thorough with particular reverence to the wolf’s role in nature and our relationship therein.
there is also a book called, “Decade of the Wolf.” its covers a ten year span starting with the decision to return wolves to Yellowstone National Park.
“The Lost Wolves of Japan” is a book about how wolves used to have a god-like status in Japan, which was lost when the country went through a modern transformation. Eventually the animal disappeared entirely from the country. This book looks at the scientific, cultural, and environmental dimensions that led to wolf extinction in Japan.
Of Wolves and Men by Barry Lopez is a in depth and readable history of wolves and humans.
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