Gloria Straube & Her Admiration For The Wolves - The Keystone Species

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Gloria Straube & Her Admiration For The Wolves - The Keystone Species



Stories about animals are essential to read because they enable people to connect with nature and understand how some of their characteristics match up perfectly with this gorgeous species—Gloria Straube's epic and unconventional autobiography highlight the celebrated animal rights activist's life-changing journey to self-awareness. In 926 Raindrops: Gift Of The Wild, the author celebrates her bond with the she-wolf and how she had influenced her to change her perspective on life, now governed by the principles of kindness, empathy, and peaceful co-existence.

Wolves elicit strong emotions. They are adored and idolized as the epitome of power. Nonetheless, fear and hate of wolves, or at least the ideals they represent, remain widespread. The objective is to present a complete picture of the animal hoping that knowledge leads to acceptance.

Educating people about wolves reveals an animal full of contrasts and human-like traits. Wolves can create close relationships with other pack members, yet they can also brutally maintain their hierarchy.

The Passionate Wolf Conservationist
Glorias Straube, a celebrated animal rights activist-turned-author, presents a candid account of her life journey in her autobiography with a peculiar title.

Right from childhood to becoming an activist, her life was similar to 926F, The Queen Wolf of Yellowstone Park. Her autobiography, 926 Raindrops: The Gift Of Wild, differs from other memoirs because it does not discuss her accomplishments or other life events chronologically. Rather the author takes an unconventional approach to highlight her relationship with nature. As an introvert – a trait that she never regretted having – serves as an inspiration to her to be close to the natural environment. For her, Rain serves as a metaphor for hope.

Her relationship with Yellowstone Wolf 926F lasted for years as she learns life-changing lessons from her, sharing many of her sorrows.

This book is not religious but thrives on elements of faith, fate, and love. I suggest this book to anyone who enjoys nature and wants to read a good, unusual memoir. 926 Raindrops - Gift of the Wild is an enticing and exciting page-turner that keeps you hooked.

Despite the brutal reality of life in the wild, Gloria hopes that recounting her experience will generate a sense of astonishment and acceptance for nature.

Yellowstone Park Wolf 926F – The Queen Extraordinaire
Until the end of her life, no matter what trials and tribulations she experienced, she always found a way to live, to keep on. Then in late November, barely a mile outside Yellowstone National Park, a hunter's bullet struck and killed Wolf 926F.

It is critical to realize that we do not live in an entirely top-down or bottom-up world. We live in a dynamic and interactive world. Despite the prevailing survival of the fittest mantra, we need to encourage peaceful co-existence, as emphasized by Gloria Straube in her unputdownable memoir.










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