Coyotes Go To Heaven: A Biographical Account Of F. Robert Henderson And Karen Lee Henderson 1933 2016
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This book has several subjects. The main one is about the long history of man's efforts to reduce livestock losses involving coyotes. The evolution of thinking and the influence of a educational program in Kansas brought about changes and resulted in the work of one man that helped change the thinking nation wide. The book also is about the lives of Karen Lee (Hollinger) and F. Robert Henderson. Their marriage has spanned more than 58 years. The book contains stories of happenings along the way. Our storied past in South Dakota, includes historical details of the most endangered mammal species in North America; the Black-footed Ferret. The book, also, contains a Kansas historical information about 4-H and other youth eduction programs about ecology and the environment. First of their kind in the Great Plains.
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