Author Larid Johnson’s new book “Yellow Dog Eight” is a candid and warmhearted account of his three decades of work hunting coyotes for the US Fish and Wildlife Service.

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Recent release “Yellow Dog Eight” from Page Publishing author Larid Johnson is a nostalgic memoir of thirty years working to shoot the coyotes whose predation caused problems for sheep ranchers in Wyoming.

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Larid Johnson has published his new book “Yellow Dog Eight”: a fond reflection on the people, landscape, and career he loved in the ruggedly beautiful Wyoming ranchlands.

Johnson writes, “The puffy small white clouds move across the light-blue sky like memories across Larid Johnson’s mind. His memories are of hunting coyotes in old Wyoming for more than thirty years. He remembers the anticipation he felt when moving his pretty young wife, his two small children, and most of his earthly possessions in the trunk of his Chevy Sport to his new job with the US Fish and Wildlife Service. He remembers the unusual characters with whom he worked through the years and the exciting experiences that went with the job. He remembers the things that he learned about coyotes and predator control, and he remembers the satisfaction of helping ranchers save some lambs. Life was good in those days, and the time passed too quickly. He has recorded some of his memories in this book, ‘Yellow Dog Eight’”.

Published by Page Publishing, Larid Johnson’s engrossing book is a fascinating glimpse at the life of a predator control specialist for the US Fish and Wildlife Service.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Yellow Dog Eight” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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