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Joy of Bears
Joy of Bears
by Sylvia Dolson
Published by Get Bear Smart Society
A collection of breathtaking images and thought-provoking words sure to bring joy to your heart and enrich your spirit. Take an inspiring journey into the world of the great bear and discover the true and often unseen nature of black bears, grizzlies and polar bears. Celebrate all that is wild!
Proceeds from the sale of this book support Get Bear Smart Society’s work helping people to understand and live with our neigh-bears.
"Joy of Bears is a strong testament to the natural beauty of bears and our precious animal kingdom."
— Anthony Douglas Williams, author of Inside the Divine Pattern
only will you come to appreciate bears more than ever, but you'll also
come to cherish the fascinating world of animals and the beautiful
landscapes in which they live. Peaceful coexistence is the only
way to live with other animals and to expand our compassion footprint
and to rewild our hearts."
— Marc Bekoff, author of numerous books, evolutionary biologist, professor emeritus at University of Colorado
"A true celebration of the world of bears and the amazing environments they inhabit. With its stunning visuals and inspiring prose, the Joy of Bears will be treasured by anyone interested in wildlife and the natural world. A positive, very moving tribute to these astonishing animals."
— Rob Laidlaw, Executive Director, Zoocheck, Award winning children's author
Just 2 of the many beautiful photo spreads:
MEET THE AUTHOR
Sylvia Dolson's passion for bears is equaled only by her quest to teach people about the true nature of these wonderful bruins. Her ultimate goal is for a greater coexistence — one in which people and bears live in harmony. Sylvia has been involved with the Get Bear Smart Society since 1996 and is now the executive director. She is also a member of the International Association for Bear Research and Management. As a leading expert on living with bears in residential communities, she has been instrumental in bringing forward more progressive, bear-friendly management policies in British Columbia, Canada.
112 full-color pages • 8 x 8 hardcover
color photos • 2013