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Two different authors have two different ways of thinking and writing Farley Mowat wrote Observing Wolves and Barry Lopez wrote Wolf Notes Each had their own individual account of observing wild wolves Through their writing styles and explanations each author shows his view of the relationship between humans and nature Animals tend to act very much like humans do in different ways Mowat shows us each aspect of his observation time Completely spells it out for the reader step by step For instance At 0814 hours according to my wolf log the leading male of the clan appeared over the ridge behind me padding homeward with his usual air of preoccupation258 He presents every motion and thought he makes pertaining to the wolves Mowat shows his reader that he wants to get into the minds of the wolves He wants to try to understand why they do what they do For instance he learned that wolf packs have their own territories So Mowat made his own territory to see how his wolf family would react He writes Staking the land turned out to be rather more difficult than I had anticipated In order to ensure that my claim would not be overlooked I felt obliged to make property mark on stones clumps of moss and patches of vegetation at intervals of not more than fifteen feet around the circumference of my claim This took most of the night and required frequent returns to the tent to consume copious quantities of tea but before dawn brought the hunters home the task was done and I retired somewhat exhausted to observe results258 Mowat experimented with his own territory markings He wanted to see if the wolves would take notice of his territory and respect it as humans do as well He refers to having to drink a lot of tea to perform his experiment In his conclusion he writes He the wolf made his mark with
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