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    Yellowstone Books and Videos

    Here are some great books and videos that will help you get the most out of your Yellowstone Trip

    Books

    A Yellowstone Savage from Fishing Bridge "A Yellowstone Savage from Fishing Bridge: Adventures of a fishing guide on Yellowstone Lake" by James O. Wolfe
    Publisher: 1st Books Library
    Pages: 188

    User reviews:
    "For anybody who has worked at Yellowstone National Park, or has lived there, this book will stir up some wonderful memories. It takes you out on Lake Yellowstone in Jim Wolfe's fishing boat to see the park from a beautiful and unusual perspective as you learn the lore and share the Spirit of the Lake. It was a simpler time when there was fun to be had with other Savages who shared the same dreams for the future and awe of nature as it was found in Yellowstone. A happy, fun, and spiritually calming read, I recommend to any Yellowstoner or Savage." - Melinda Rose
    "Wolfe takes us to a great park at a great time. Yellowstone is absolutely magical and it shows in this book. Plus, he throws in a few tidbits about fishing in our great park. His memoir takes place in a day gone by. Things have changed. But the beauty, the wonder and the thrills are just like they were. This book brings back great memories to those of us who have been lucky enough to work in the oldest and best national park." - Kyle R Hannon


    Wolf Journal by Brian A Connolly © "Wolf Journal - a novel" by Brian A. Connolly
    Publisher: Brian A. Connolly
    Pages: 163
    Price:
    Trade Paperback $ 17.84
    Hardback $ 27.89
    eBook $ 8.00


    To Order Online go to: Xlibris or call 1-888-795-4274

    This is a wonderfully intriguing novel, written for young adults but enjoyable for all ages. Brian Connolly masterfully weaves a tale of life, love and nature.

    "Every summer I camp in Pebble Creek Campground [in Yellowstone National Park] in Lamar Valley. It was in a tent there where much of this novel was written. Even though the story has no direct connection to the Yellowstone wolves, Wolf Journal is my reaction to that frozen morning when I saw my first wolf in the wild." - Brian A Connolly

    "In his journal Jimmy presents wolf information he has learned from Hawk or found in books or on the web. He also presents the ongoing story of his wolf encounters. It is an emotional log of his interaction with nature and a place where he wrestles with living in a human world that does not seem to respect the natural world of which they are a part."

    For a description of "Wolf Journal" or to order click Here and to read an excerpt, click Here.


    "Alpine Sentinels - A Chronicle of the Sheep Eater Indians" by Tony Taylor
    Publisher: Brushhog Books
    PO Box 129
    Hailey, Idaho 83333
    Price: $ 9.95 US
    To Order: somefunhog@sunvalley.net

    Tony Taylor has put together a well documented and very interesting book on the Sheep Eater Indians.

    "Territorial ambition, war or surrender were concepts unknown to these people. Till their fate was sealed, few of them ever knew they had an enemy. Most had never seen or challenged the American flag. They had no idea of reservations, alcohol or the murderous indignities they would spawn. By 1880 the Sheep Eaters existed only as individual names on tribal rolls. Still in the Stone Age, they could wrap themselves in the Shoshone language blanket and find unique identity in their old stories or personal memories, but in the words of Aggretta...'Sheep Eater no come back...all gone!'"


    "Flyfisher's Guide to Wyoming - Including Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks"
    by Ken Retallic

    Publisher: Wilderness Adventures Press
    P.O. Box 627
    Gallatin Gateway, Montana 59730
    Pages: 544
    Price: $ 26.95
    Special Lay-flat binding
    70+ Black and white photos
    To Order: books@wildadv.com or call 1-800-925-3339

    Ken Retallic has put together a fantastic fly fishing resource for the state of Wyoming, Yellowstone and Grand Teton. It is very thorough and detailed and would be a welcome addition or replacement to area guide books. It contains maps, stream facts, hatch charts and much much more. If you love to fly fish and you want to do it well and get the most out of your trip, then this is the book for you.


    "A Yellowstone Savage - Life In Nature's Wonderland" by Joyce B Lohse
    Publisher: J. D. Charles Publishing
    P.O. Box 2073
    Littleton, Colorado 80161-2073
    Pages: 130
    Price: $ 7.95 plus $ 2.00 shipping and handling
    To Order: inkwell@nilenet.com

    Very well written book! If you are a Savage (former Yellowstone worker), or planning to work in Yellowstone or if you are interested in Yellowstone, this book is chock full of experiences, history, tales, pictures, drawings and much more. Reading this book sure made me homesick for the park!


    "Greater Yellowstone - The National Park and Adjacent Wildlands" by Rick Reese
    Pub: Montana Graphic Series,
    Montana Magazine American & World Geographic Publishing, Helena, Montana
    Great book on Yellowstone, it's History, it's Challenges, it's Environment and Fantastic Pictures.
    Pages: 100
    Price: $ 17.95
    You can purchase this book by writing or calling:
    Utah Geographic
    Box 8325
    Salt Lake City, Utah 84108
    Phone: 1-801-583-2333
    To visit The Total Yellowstone History Page (with information from this book): Click Here


    "Yellowstone - A Visitors Companion" by George Wuerthner
    Pub: Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
    Yellowstone History, Ecology, Plants, Environment and Wildlife.


    "Yellowstone Trails" by Mark C. Marschall
    Pub: The Yellowstone Association, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
    Great Book with detailed trail descriptions, lengths, sights and maps - a must have book.


    "Waterfalls of Yellowstone - A National Park Waterfall Guide" by Charles Maynard
    Photos by Janice Maynard and David Morris
    "Waterfalls of Yellowstone" has full color photographs of Yellowstone's most scenic waterfalls. Complete details of each falls are given including history, geology, location, and natural history. Tips for waterfall photography assist the amateur in getting the best shot. Accurate trail descriptions and advice for the novice as well as the experienced hiker are a part of the text. This useful guidebook, is the best waterfall resource available.
    Pages: 128
    Price: $ 11.95
    Pub: Panther Press
    P.O. Box 636
    Seymour, TN 37865
    Phone: 1-423-573-5792
    E-mail: hiker@pop.usit.net To visit the Waterfalls Page: Click Here


    "The Wolves of Yellowstone" by Michael K. Phillips and Douglas W. Smith
    Photos by Barry and Teri O'Neill
    The inside story of the Yellowstone Wolf Restoration Program by the National Park Service project leaders Mike Phillips and Doug Smith.
    Pub: Voyageur Press, Inc.
    123 North Second Street
    PO Box 338
    Stillwater, MN 55082


    Yellowstone Videos


    "Yellowstone" by Terra Productions
    "Yellowstone Magic" by Terra Productions

    Two great videos! I recommend both these award winning videos to help remember your Yellowstone Experience.


    You can purchase these books and videos in the Yellowstone Visitor Centers or Hamilton Stores

    Grand Teton National Park


    Books

    "A Guide to Exploring Grand Teton National Park" by Linda L. Olson and Tim Bywater
    Pub: RNM Press, a division of Peth-Saige, Inc., Salt Lake City, Utah
    Grand Teton History, Road Guide, Points of Interest, Scenic Loop Drive, Wildlife, Maps and more.
    Pages: 144
    Price: $ 10.95
    You can purchase this book by writing or calling:
    Utah Geographic
    Box 8325
    Salt Lake City, Utah 84108
    Phone: 1-801-583-2333


    "Waterfalls of the Tetons - A National Park Waterfall Guide" by Charles Maynard
    Photos by Janice Maynard and David Morris
    "Waterfalls of the Tetons" has photographs of the Grand Teton's most scenic waterfalls. Complete details of each falls are given including history, geology, location, and natural history. Tips for waterfall photography assist the amateur in getting the best shot. Accurate trail descriptions and advice for the novice as well as the experienced hiker are a part of the text. This useful guidebook, is the best waterfall resource available.
    Pages: 60
    Price: $ 5.95
    Pub: Panther Press
    P.O. Box 636
    Seymour, TN 37865
    Phone: 1-423-573-5792
    E-mail: hiker@pop.usit.net


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