A fixture in Native American lore, pioneer writings, environmental
consciousness and the daily lives of ranchers, the coyote is a
multifaceted symbol and a cunning co-habitant. This collection of
essays explores the coyote - trickster, talisman, friend and foe.
The coyote helps define the spirit and symolize the wild mystery of
the American Southwest terrain. Contributors include writers and
wildlife enthusiasts Dean Smith, Victoria Hay, Alberto Alvaor Rios
and Charles Bowden.
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