Larry "Slim" Pedersen's "A Life Cycle of Predators" Book
Larry "Slim" Pedersen's "A Life Cycle of Predators" Book is a 170 page story about one short, normal year of predators interacting with each other and the weather. While the story is fictional, every occurrence is real, as witnessed by Slim or as read from the stories written in the snow and dusty ground. While trapping predators full time for more than 40 years Slim let the animals teach him their lives.
Predators' daily interactions involve other wildlife, as well as the ultimate predator -- humans. This is a story about bobcat, coyote and red fox families, combined with humans, involved in day to day survival while living from what the land offers.
Predators are always in constant competition with each other for food and territory to raise their families while dealing with the ever changing weather extremes presented by mother nature. As amazing as nature is, life is difficult because kind is a word that only describes very little of what really happens.