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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.
Great book by a man that ended being a large part of the wolf reintroduction into Yellowstone and Idaho in the mid 90's. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Christopher P Ryan
The book is a great read on several levels. Carter had an adventurous childhood, some of which I could relate to, some not and therefore really interesting. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Graham N.
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 2 months ago by KT
great story teller plus an inside look at the federal govt programs.Published 3 months ago by Lynn Richard
Good survival stories! Must read if you are planning on spending any time in bear country!Published 6 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 8 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 9 months ago by jim sturges