In the Temple of Wolves: A Winter’s Immersion in Wild Yellowstone- Book Review


In this book, Rick Lamplugh puts you directly in the story as it unfolds in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park. As you read, you can see the snow covered valley floor, feel cold wind on your face, touch the cold river, hear the howls of wolves, and even smell wolf urine (yes, that’s actually in the book!).

Lamplugh is a volunteer with the Yellowstone Association, and in this book, he tells stories about his time working in Yellowstone. It is evident throughout the book that he is a well-read naturalist who is very curious about the unique workings of the Yellowstone ecosystem. Lamplugh is a talented story-teller, and each chapter will get you excited about this magical place some refer to as “Wonderland”. Make this book a part of your personal library.


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