Bob Hayes researched wolves in the Yukon for 20 years. Using a combination of narratives and easy-to-follow essays, his book follows the history of the Yukon wolf from the end of the Ice Age to present day. Bob also explores his original research into wolf relations to moose, caribou, mountain sheep, ravens, grizzly bears and human hunters. In the last chapter he tells us why broad-scale killing of wolves to increase game should end. Finally, Wolves of the Yukon raises profound arguments about how to value and conserve one of the largest remaining tract of complete wilderness on the continent.