"Tells his story with colloquial informality ... A good read." The Biologist "Jachowski has a vision of a healthier and more vibrant Great Plains, where both people and wildlife can thrive... He deserves thanks for all his efforts, on the land and now in the pages of his book." Biological Conservation
From the Inside Flap
"In "Wild Again," Jachowski does for the black-footed ferret and the Great Plains what Edward Abbey did for our deserts: illuminates their elegant wonder, exposes their secrets and rare beauty, and transports them front and center into our national conservation conscience."
T. DeLene Beeland, author of "The Secret World of Red Wolves"
"This beautifully scripted book by David Jachowski addresses fundamentally important issues about grasslands, biodiversity, and people. "Wild Again "is not only modern and pithy, but it also tells a story about commitments to conservation using charismatic animals. Anyone who wants to understand how to do conservation and appreciate why biology matters needs to start here."
Joel Berger, Senior Scientist, Wildlife Conservation Society, and author of "The Better to Eat You With"