Book Reviews

Essential Yellowstone
Will Shepard
In Essential Yellowstone: A Landscape of Memory and Wonder (Riverbend Publishi Read more >>
American Buffalo
Joshua Bergan
Few people know the comprehensive history and biology of our national mammal as well Bozeman’s favorite carnivore, Steven Rinella. Read more >>
Voices of Yellowstone's Capstone book review
Will Shepard
Editors Traute Parrie and Jesse Logan brilliantly compile over 30 essays written by local authors and professionals in Voices of Yellowstone’s Capstone: A Nar Read more >>
Eight Master Lessons of Nature book review
Stephanie Schmieding
In a world obsessed with “technology,” societies are moving farther and farther away from the nature world. Read more >>
First Rangers book review
Stephanie Schmieding
Get ready to explore Glacier Country like you never have before with two men considered to be the “heroes of their era.” Derived from first-hand journals and historical photos and documents, Read more >>
lady long rider, bernice ende
Cordelia Pryor
It’s time to saddle up for a ride unlike any other. Read more >>
Yellowstone, Book, Landscape, Pictures, Bozeman, National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Wildlife, Animals
Will Shepard
In Essential Yellowstone: A Landscape of Memory and Wonder (Riverbend Publishing, $20), Michael Yachim provides a detailed accou Read more >>
Leaves on Frozen Ground, Dave Carty, Northern Wisconsin, Novel
Mike England
Although set in northern Wisconsin, on the edge of the vast Northwoods, Leaves on Frozen Ground Read more >>
Last Woman in the Forest, mystery novel, Diane Les Becquets
Melissa Doar
Inspired by the unsolved Connecticut River Valley murders that took place along the corridor of the Vermont and New Hampshire border in the 1980s, Read more >>
Laboratory Yellowstone, book, science, geology, microbiology
Cordelia Pryor
Although Yellowstone is famous for massive geological features and charismatic megafauna, there are actually more spectacular natural wonders than meet the eye—in fact, you’ll need a microscope. Read more >>
Travis Wilson
Wild and free—that's the creed of those seeking liberation from the soul-stifling constraints of society. While civilization tends to cookie-cut human identity into subservient models, outdoor enthusiasts find ways to stay connected to nature, and thus retain their individual spirits. Read more >>
Beartooth Publishing, Biking, Singletrack
David Tucker
Montana mountain bikers have long craved an updated guide to area rides. Read more >>
edible plants, survival, nature
Mike England
Every year, I vow to learn more about native foliage, from shrub and tree ID to wildflower names to edible plants. Read more >>
backpacking, book, guide
Cordelia Pryor
Get the skinny on great foot-trips in the rockies.  Read more >>
Sheriff Longmire, Longmire Series, The Western Start
the interns
Books to get you through the season.  Read more >>
Drew Hulse
Wind down with a good book. Read more >>
Blown Away Under the Big Sky
Mike England
The “Big Sky PI” is back in John Holt’s second installment of his Ed Bouchee murder-mystery series. Read more >>
Birds of Montana field guide
Mike England
Bird books are like opinions and posterior apertures—everyone, it seems, has one. And sifting through the gaggle of options can be a tedious, untidy process, after which you may want to abandon bird-watching altogether. Read more >>
Stories from Afield: Adventures with Wild Things in Wild Places
David Tucker
The mark of a great short-story collection is that each stands on its own, while at the same time contributing a necessary element to the overall volume. In Stories from Afield: Adventures with Wild Things in Wild Places (University of Nebraska Press, $19), Bruce L. Read more >>
Birds of Montana, Montana Audubon, Montana Birding
Lea Brayton
If you find yourself searching for a comprehensive guide to local birds, there’s no doubt Birds of Montana Read more >>
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