Authors and Contributors

Douglas H. Chadwick - Essayist

Douglas H. Chadwick
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Wildlife biologist Douglas H. Chadwick has traveled the globe reporting on wildlife and conservation, from the Congo headwaters to Siberia to the Great Barrier Reef. He is the critically acclaimed author of The Fate of the Elephant, A Beast the Color of Winter, and True Grizz, as well as The Company We Keep: America’s Endangered Species and Enduring America. Over two hundred of his articles have appeared in such publications as National Geographic, to which he is a frequent contributor, Audubon, Defenders of Wildlife, and Smithsonian Magazine. A longtime conservationist, Chadwick spent seven years studying mountain goats and other wildlife in Montana’s Bob Marshall Wilderness and Glacier National Park. He lives with his family in northwestern Montana.

Doug Chadwick contributed the introduction, "Y2Y: The Power of Connections," to Yellowstone to Yukon: Freedom to Roam (Braided River, 2005), and essays to Crown of the Continent: The Wildest Rockies, (Braided River, forthcoming 2014). He is also an essayist for Salmon in the Trees: Life in the Tongass Rainforest (Braided River, 2010). Read his Patagonia "enviro essay" on the Yellowstone-to-Yukon ecoregion.