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Grizzly Seasons Life with the Brown Bears of Kamchatka

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ISBN-10: 1552978567

ISBN-13: 9781552978566

Edition: 2003

Authors: Charlie Russell, Maureen Enns

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List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Firefly Books, Limited
Publication date: 10/4/2003
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 160
Size: 11.00" wide x 10.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.244
Language: English

Charlie Russell was born Andrew Charles Russell in Pincher Creek, Alberta, Canada on August 19, 1941. He became a naturalist who researched grizzly bears by living among them and argued for a view of the animals based on coexistence rather than fear. He and photographer and artist Maureen Enns would spend months each year for a decade living among bears in a remote part of eastern Russia. They wrote several books based on those experiences including Grizzly Heart: Living Without Fear Among the Brown Bears of Kamchatka and Grizzly Seasons: Life with the Brown Bears of Kamchatka. He died from complications after surgery on May 7, 2018 at the age of 76.

<p class="biography" <b Maureen Enns</b is an internationally renowned artist, educator, conservationist and co-author of <i Grizzly Heart: Living without Fear among the Brown Bears of Kamchatka</i , <i Grizzly Kingdom: An Artist's Encounter</i and <i Grizzly Seasons: Life with the Brown Bears of Kamchatka</i . She is well known for her groundbreaking, experimental research concerning human co-existence with grizzly bears in Russia's Far East and has been the subject of numerous TV documentaries, including <i Games End</i (1990), <i Grizzly Kingdom</i (1993), <i Walking With Giants</i (2001) and <i Wild Horses of the Canadian Rockies</i…    

Introduction
Discovering Kamchatka
Our First Year with the Cubs
Learning to Be Wild
Strong and Independent
A Protocol for Co-existence between Grizzlies and Humans
Acknowledgments