Searching for Predators
Searching for Predators captures the imagination of adventure enthusiasts, travel buffs, and animal lovers with stories of wildlife encounters spread over five continents and 25 years. Highlights include the incredible McNeil River Brown Bear sanctuary, a rarely visited environment which allows for close up interaction with huge coastal brown bears. The Polar Bear migration in Churchill, Manitoba, describes the interaction of hundreds of bears as they wait for their hunting grounds to freeze, after a long walking hibernation with no source of food. A life-or-death encounter between lions and African painted dogs, and two nights of camping in the lion-filled Ngorongoro Crater are a few of the stories that cover most of the wildlife areas in Eastern and Southern Africa. The challenging pursuit of India’s elusive tigers is the basis for one of the stories, The book shows that one doesn’t need to be wealthy to travel the world, and that anyone who possesses a sense of adventure can pursue similar quests.