All Press Releases for September 30, 2021

Announcing a New Publication that Demonstrates the Way Nature Heals and Remakes Itself. A True Story of a Spiritual Bond Shared Between a Human and a Wolf.

Sharing the story of coming of age, survival, and redemption with a touch of wilderness therapy for people who love nature.

    ST. LOUIS, MO, September 30, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Gloria Straube is announcing the release of her new publication: "926 Raindrops – Gift of the Wild," which focuses primarily on the aspects of nature's healing process by touching on the subjects about survival and redemption. This is a true story that features the once-famous Yellowstone black wolf "926F," the long-running alpha female of the elusive Lamar Canyon Pack who tragically met the same fate as her renowned mother "832F" aka "06". Both had their lives taken away for no better reason than being a wolf. The publication will bring awareness to the need for better protection for the wolves searching for food outside of invisible park boundaries surrounding Yellowstone National Park. It also emphasizes the instrumental need to protect and defend the acceptance of these wolves.

Gloria Straube has published this book for nature lovers everywhere to realize how nature takes control and heals itself. Readers who love wildlife, especially wolves, will have the opportunity to learn the issues these wild animals face regarding their protection.

We are thrilled about the possibilities that would emerge as a result of the hard work and effort put into this publication. We work tirelessly to promote inclusion and awareness for our readers. It would be great to see the impact of our work in better opportunities and increased support among individuals concerned about wildlife and nature's preservation.

Gloria Straube is an individual writer and publisher whose accolades include various publications in The New York Times,, EcoWatch, and Travel for Wildlife. All her publications focus on preserving the beauty of nature and the incorporation of wilderness therapy. The book will target both nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts with a storytelling narrative.

If you would like more information about our organization or our services, please call
Gloria Straube at 305-304-6021, or visit our website

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926 Raindrops - Gift of the Wild
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