Hardcover. New York, Viking Press, 1979, second edition. Clean, tight 8vo, 315pp. Small f.o. name stamped on ffe, minor shelf wear to dust jacket. Very Good / very good. Item #14475
The Navaho Indians call the coyote "God's Dog", most humans call him a pest. The author spent two years in the wilds of the west to discover the truth behind the biological ignorance and misinformation that has plagued this very smart critter for more than 200 years. A comprehensive, well researched, very nicely written book about the coyote, the trickster of the wilderness and even populated areas. One of the most intelligent of the canine species.