PRESS RELEASE
2/26/14
For Immediate Release
Contact:
Kim Young, Director of Communications
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Wolf Haven International
 Among Wolves by Gordon Haber & Marybeth Holleman
A Lifetime Observing Denali's Wolves



Tenino, WA - Wolf Haven International hosts author Marybeth Holleman in Olympia and Seattle for a presentation about her new book Among Wolves: Gordon Haber's Insights Into Alaska's Most Misunderstood Animal.

Sunday, March 2, 2- 3:30 p.m., Double Tree Inn (formerly Phoenix Inn), Olympia, WA  

Monday, March 3, 6- 7:30 p.m., Seattle downtown public library, Washington Mutual room

  

Among Wolves - Gordon Haber & Marybeth Holleman
The crash of Dr. Gordon Haber's research plane in the Denali's mountains ended his 40+ years of research into the lives of the wolves of Denali National Park. Following his untimely death in 2009, Marybeth Holleman compiled highlights from Dr. Haber's field notes, photographs and research to ensure that his vast storehouse of knowledge and experience was preserved.

Based on a new book, Among Wolves, Alaska author Marybeth Holleman will present Haber's up-close research. Through his work, Haber documented the astonishing degree of cooperation between wolf family members. He observed how hunting and trapping damaged far more than simply killing wolves - it destroyed family groups and extinguished unique generational behavior.

Following the presentation, the author will be available to sign books and discuss Dr. Haber's work. The sponsoring organization, Wolf Haven International, will also be present, and a portion of book sales from this event will be donated to this wolf nonprofit organization.

Interviews with Marybeth Holleman are available following the event.

Double Tree Inn, Olympia, WA, Sunday, March 2, 2pm.

Seattle downtown library, Washington Mutual room, Monday, March 3, 6pm.
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About Wolf Haven International

Wolf Haven International is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to conserve and protect wolves and their habitat. For more than 30 years, Wolf Haven has provided sanctuary to 170 captive-born wolves, offered educational programs about wolves and wildlife and advocated for wolf restoration in the wild.