Marjane Ambler, Terry Wehrman, & Tucker
1992 photo by Joan Earl
Yellowstone has Teeth
from Riverbend Publishing, 2013
Written with grace and intimacy, Yellowstone Has Teeth shares the untold stories of the men and women who live and work in Yellowstone National Park and are forever changed by their experiences.
The beauty was stunning, the dangers real, and the experience deeply challenging, physically and mentally.
Less a book about nature (although nature is exquisitely described), Yellowstone has Teeth is about community and the comprehension of self that comes from relating to others in a sometimes hostile environment.
See Wyoming PBS half-hour Chronicle interview by the late Richard Ager: