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Author: Sandy Kogl,Donna Gates
ISBN: 0960287639
Subcategory: Nature & Ecology
Pages 18 pages
Publisher Alaska Natural History Assn; 1st edition (June 1, 1981)
Language English
Category: Science
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by Sandy Kogl,Donna Gates


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Sled dogs have been used in the Arctic for at least 9,000 years and were important for transportation in Arctic areas until the introduction of semi-trailer trucks, snowmobiles and airplanes in the 20th century, hauling supplies in areas that were i. .

They were used with varying success in the explorations of both poles, as well as during the Alaskan gold rush. Sled dog teams delivered mail to rural communities in Alaska and northern Canada

Sandy’s experience with sled dogs led her in 1975 to Denali National Park’s kennels, where she was hired to revitalize backcountry dog . There she wrote the book Sled Dogs of Denali.

Sandy’s experience with sled dogs led her in 1975 to Denali National Park’s kennels, where she was hired to revitalize backcountry dog sled patrols, improve the breeding program and renovate the facility.

Contact Us. Meet the Sled Dogs. Each year, Denali aims to breed or adopt one litter of sled dogs. The dogs in a given litter are named after a theme of some kind, and a litter might have anywhere from one to six or more pups. Browse the litters below to meet each of Denali's canine rangers! The Bumblebee Litter. Meet Sitken, Lucor, Rupee and Drachma. The Freighting Litter. Meet Carpe, Koven, Opus and Tatum. The Mining Claims Litter.

Your local library will have many of these titles. Cold Hands, Warm Heart, by Jeff King and Donna Gates King, 2008. Sled Dogs of Denali, by Sandy Kogl, 1981. Sled Dogs on the Job, by Allan Morey, 2017, Sled Dog Trails, by Mary Shields, 1984

Your local library will have many of these titles. 1049 miles: The Call of the Iditarod, by Terry O. Adkins, 1977. Cold Nights, Fast Trails: Reflections of a Modern Dog Musher, by Dave Olesen, 1989. Dog-Team Doctor, The Story of Dr. Romig, by Eva Greenslit Anderson, 1940. Sled Dogs on the Job, by Allan Morey, 2017, Sled Dog Trails, by Mary Shields, 1984. Sojo: Memoirs of a Reluctant Sled Dog, by Pam Flowers and Bill Farnsworth, 2016.

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If you are planning to visit Denali, Alaska, this book should be one of the top books on your required reading list .

If you are planning to visit Denali, Alaska, this book should be one of the top books on your required reading list BEFORE your visit. If your only definition of the Iditarod is that it is an annual dog sled race between two places in Alaska where huskies pull a sled with a driver, this is a "must read" book. If you enjoy reading a book that you cannot put down until you finish the chapter, "Cold Hands, Warm Heart" is for you. Jeff may have cold, frost-bitten hands but his warm heart is full of love for his family, friends, and animals both tame and wild.

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Art by Donna Gates. Suggested Readings. 18p. The Sled Dogs of Denali have cultural significance, representing both the Native Alaskan and the pioneer experience in the Alaskan area. They are also the only sled dogs in the United States that help protect a national park and the wildlife, scenery, and wilderness therein.