🏆 2023 BIBA® Non-Fiction: Ecology and Ecosystems Winner!

Ripple Effects: How To Save Yellowstone and America’s Most Iconic Wildlife Ecosystem

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🏆 2023 BIBA® Non-Fiction: Ecology and Ecosystems Winner!

Are you among the millions on Earth who love Yellowstone and the Tetons? Do you care about the future of grizzly bears, wolves, bison and wildlife migrations that have been called an American version of the Serengeti? Yellowstone National Park is the geographic heart of the richest large mammal ecosystem remaining in the Lower 48 states.

Ripple Effects, the new book from Todd Wilkinson and Mountain Journal, will both seize your attentionand inspire you to care for this region that is a national treasure.

Ripple Effects: How To Save Yellowstone and America's Most Iconic Wildlife Ecosystem 4Todd Wilkinson is an American journalist and author proudly trained in the old-school tradition of asking tough questions and pressing for honest answers.  He is the founder of Mountain Journal. Since he began as a violent crime reporter with the legendary City News Bureau of Chicago, Wilkinson’s work has appeared in a wide variety of national publications, ranging from National Geographic and Christian Science Monitor to The Washington Post and many others (on topics of environment, art, culture and business) in-between.

He is author of several books, including the critically-acclaimed Science Under Siege: The Politicians’ War on Nature and Truth and more recently, Ripple Effects: How to Save Yellowstone and America’s Most Iconic Wildlife EcosystemLast Stand: Ted Turner’s Quest to Save a Troubled Planet and Grizzlies of Pilgrim Creek: An Intimate Portrait of 399, the Most Famous Bear of Greater Yellowstone that features 150 photographs by Thomas D. Mangelsen. The latter won a High Plains Book Award. Recently, his longstanding syndicated column, “The New West,” was named best column in the country by the National Newspaper Association for small market newspapers.

Wilkinson lives in Bozeman, Montana and has had assignments taking him around the world, but foremost he loves writing about, and exploring, the vast Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem that begins just outside of town.

Wilkinson is available for speaking engagements. He has lectured at college campuses across the country and given a number of sold-out public talks on topics ranging from nature and journalism to the American West.

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