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📒I Survived The Attack Of The Grizzlies 1967 I Survived 17 ✍ Lauren Tarshis
✏I Survived the Attack of the Grizzlies 1967 I Survived 17 Book Summary : No grizzly has ever killed a human in Glacier before . . . until tonight. Eleven-year-old Melody Vega and her family come to Glacier National Park every year, and it's always been a place where she can forget her troubles. But this year is different. With Mom gone, every moment in the park is a heartbreaking reminder of the past. Then Mel comes face-to-face with the mighty grizzly. Now her only thought is one of survival. Mel will soon be a part of one of the most tragic seasons in the history of America's national parks - a summer of terror that will forever change ideas about how grizzlies and humans can exist together in the wild.
📒I Survived The Attack Of The Grizzlies 1967 ✍ Lauren Tarshis
✏I Survived the Attack of the Grizzlies 1967 Book Summary : Eleven-year-old Melody Vega and her family visit Glacier National Park every summer, but this year Mel comes face-to-face with a terrifying grizzly bear.
📒Mark Of The Grizzly ✍ Scott McMillion
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📒The Bear S Embrace ✍ Patricia Van Tighem
✏The Bear s Embrace Book Summary : On a sunny fall day in 1983, Patricia Van Tighem and her husband, Trevor Jang, were brutally attacked by a bear while hiking in the Canadian Rockies. Jang was severely hurt, but Van Tighem suffered even more serious, disfiguring injuries, and that she survived was a miracle. A gifted writer, Van Tighem crafted a vivid and startling account of the attack. But her recovery was just as disturbing. Her numerous reconstructive surgeries were painful; her facial disfigurement, including the loss of an eye, isolated her; and the nightmares that haunted her carried their own psychological burden. The Bear’s Embrace garnered much praise when it was first published in 2000. With honesty and eloquence, the book tells of the unpredictability of life, of bravery, terror, rage, and love, of what it means to look and feel different in a culture that values perfection. Deeply moving and often astonishing, The Bear’s Embrace is an inspiring story of human perseverance and selfknowledge. Tragically, Van Tighem could no longer live with her pain and ended her life in 2005. In this new edition, her sister, Margaret Van Tighem, writes an affecting afterword remembering Patricia and her indomitable spirit and strength.
📒Bear Attacks The Deadly Truth ✍ James Gary Shelton
✏Bear Attacks The Deadly Truth Book Summary : This book contains an assemblage of the most accurately detailed bear attack stories you’ll ever read. But more than that, this is the only publication with a complete explanation of the underlying causes for these terrible events. In addition, there are two secondary themes running through these pages that distinguish this book from all other bear books: an exploration of how natural systems really operate and a thorough examination of the battle now raging in many areas of North America between conservationism and preservationism. The author’s views are based on over 30 years of bush experience and research while living in the remote Central Coast of British Columbia. His knowledge is not that of an observer, but rather as a participant in nature. This material indicates that a significant portion of our cultural beliefs regarding bears and other predators is not only incorrect, but, unfortunately, dangerous. Gary Shelton’s first book, Bear Encounter Survival Guide, has become the authoritative work on how to survive bear attacks. It contains the first-ever definitive description of bear aggressive behaviour and provides realistic strategies for surviving bear attacks. It is now used by the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Alaska, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans in Western Canada, the British Columbia Ministry of Forests, plus hundreds of companies and thousands of individuals. This second book is also destined to become required reading for those who share the woods with bears.
📒Eat More Pray More Love More ✍ Martin Avery
✏Eat More Pray More Love More Book Summary : One man's journey across the heartland of Canada, from Georgian Bay to the Zen Forest, in search of healing. He travels through Muskoka and the Kawarthas, interviews a Zen Master and a New Age guru, gets the Oneness Blessing, and finds a short-cut to enlightenment.
📒Grizzly Attack In Colorado ✍ Deb Carpenter-Nolting
✏Grizzly Attack in Colorado Book Summary : Second Edition with postscript by Ed Wiseman. Outfitter Ed Wiseman was attacked by a grizzly bear on September 23, 1979. He was able to kill the bear with a hand-held arrow and to survive freezing temperatures until his rescue the next morning.
📒Hunting Dangerous Game ✍ Vin T. Sparano
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📒Dare To Survive ✍ Rick Rinehart
✏Dare to Survive Book Summary : With its towering mountains, sun-scorched deserts, fierce wildlife, and hard-to-predict weather, the American West ranks among the most forbidding places on Earth. Yet many are drawn to the beauty of this wild and rugged region. Some are daredevils. . .some are athletes. . .and some are outdoors enthusiasts who find themselves in a chilling battle for survival. In their extraordinary, heart-stopping true stories, you will discover how much can go wrong when people find themselves caught in the cross-hairs of nature's power. . . Dare To Survive Flash floods, plane crashes, animal attacks, avalanches, landslides--these devastating phenomena all too often claim the lives of men, women, and children in the American West. But some beat the odds, living to tell about their terrifying ordeals. There are inspirational stories of extreme survival and tremendous bravery. Of the hiker who--though armed with only a knife--survived a 30-minute nightmare with a cougar. . .of the backcountry snowboarder buried alive by an avalanche, saved with only minutes to spare. . .of the outdoorsman pinned by an 800-pound boulder who freed himself by amputating his own arm. And there are the unexplainable, senseless tragedies--the little girl whose mysterious disappearance at a national park was never solved. . . the inexperienced charter pilot who crashed trying to beat curfew in a snowstorm. . .and the veteran backwoods camper who, despite every precaution, fell victim to a fatal bear attack. What does it take to endure the impossible? Dare to Survive tackles that question as it vividly reminds us that when danger strikes, survival becomes the ultimate human challenge. "This frightening but enjoyable book reveals that Mother Nature has more ways to kill than even the toughest Mafia godfather." --Ted Schwarz, author of Hollywood Confidential: How the Studios Beat the Mob at Their Own Game Rick Rinehart is a publisher, writer, and former Colorado Humanities Scholar whose honors include recognition by the National Park Service for contributions to wolf recovery in Yellowstone National Park. His wife, Amy Rinehart, is a former publisher of endurance sports books who consults with outdoor retail and environmental organizations in the development of publishing programs. Rick and Amy live in Lafayette, Colorado.
📒Blindsided ✍ Jim Cole
✏Blindsided Book Summary : Jim Cole has spent years tramping into the depths of places like Alaska, Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park in search of grizzlies, seeing these magnificent, powerful and reclusive animals at their most unguarded—foraging, fishing, caring for cubs, or simply lying in the backcountry sunshine. At times, he's been surrounded by dozens of bears deep in the wilderness, yet has never felt threatened by these incredible and misunderstood creatures. Even after being mauled by a grizzly in 1993, Jim eagerly trekked annually into the bears' habitat, armed only with bear spray, his camera, and his knowledge of how to stay safe. But nothing could have prepared him for May 23, 200, when he was attacked in Yellowstone by a mother grizzly who felt that his presence threatened her cub. The bear literally ripped off most of his face, blinded him in one eye, and savaged him nearly to the point of death. Jim was left sightless, bleeding, wounded and alone in the wilderness. He managed to find his way several miles through the wild country back to a main road, where passersby found him. In part, Blindsided is a gripping, detailed account of that fateful day—how Jim survived an assault by one of the most unstoppable predators on earth and managed to carry himself to safety despite his gruesome injuries. It's also the story of how he recovered with the help and support of friends, family and a dedicated medical team, but perhaps most importantly, the book is a love story between and man and animal, a clear-eyed and affectionate look at the marvel that is the grizzly bear—its astonishing habits and intelligence, the threats it faces at the hand of man, and its hopes for the future.