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Niemeyer is a great storyteller and has a great story to tell.
His life story was amazing for me to read—to understand what he had to endure in his life as a trapper, being hated by many who misunderstood his work.
This is a 'must read' book for anyone wanting to be informed about the wolf issues in the West.
I enjoyed reading Wolfer so much I hope to meet and visit with Carter someday. I enjoyed his no nonsense approach to his business.Published 11 days ago by KT
great story teller plus an inside look at the federal govt programs.Published 23 days ago by Lynn Richard
Good survival stories! Must read if you are planning on spending any time in bear country!Published 4 months ago by Cindy Monell
I read with interest, although the first 170 pages was really about the life and times of Carter. It was good credibility material, but took a long time to get into the wolf part... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Todd Brickel
I ordered the book after seeing Carter profiled in the ISU Alumni publication. Carter is a naturally gifted writer. The experiences tell a great story. Read morePublished 7 months ago by jim sturges
Carter Neimeyer does a remarkable job telling the story of his career in a very tough line of work. I can't image the line Carter had to walk between the responsibilities of his... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jeff Anderton
In order to be a good advocate for anything you must see both sides of an issue. I love wolves. It’s very simple for me to advocate for the protection and conservation of these... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jayme
Carter's book is a good informative read of the reintroduction of Wolves into the western states,and reveals what a bitter sweet process it was for him. Read morePublished 9 months ago by John David Phillips