Harrison, Ark. (PRWEB) October 18, 2011
Reporting from Cocolalla, Idaho, a picturesque land brimming with pine trees, mountains and waterways, authors and photographers Bill and Nancy Taylor deliver “Wolves of Cocolalla: Wolf Love Stories” (published by AuthorHouse), a book that details their more than 20 years of working directly with wolf population of Cocolalla.
“It is a book about our second children,” says Bill. “Our wolves all came to us as babies and we loved them and raised them and taught them everything we knew that would benefit them. They always amazed us in their behavior and love to us and others.”
Covering 50 acres of mountainous land, the authors take readers into the lives of wolves, those in the wild and those that were raised by the authors. “Wolves of Cocolalla” includes 55 photos from the authors’ personal collection.
“Nancy and I love canines and to us the wolf is the most beautiful canine,” says Bill. “We got involved with them and found out the hate and mistreatment of wolves stems from fictional stories.” Citing popular stories like “Little Red Riding Hood,” Bill states that these stories of “big, bad wolves” have given the animal an unearned reputation.
“Wolves lived with the Native Americans, right in their villages and played with the children. They helped hunt for food by finding the buffalo herds after the herds thinned out,” Bill explains.
Additionally in “Wolves of Cocolalla” the authors detail how to care for wolves and advocates for the protection of the species.
About the Author
Bill and Nancy Taylor have lived with wolves for over 20 years doing research and enjoying a loving relationship with their wolves. They became known as Mr. Wolfman and Mrs. Wolf Lady to the people of Idaho and to the international audience that have become followers of their work.
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