Candace Savage

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Candace Sherk Savage (born 1949) is a Canadian non-fiction writer. She won the 2012 Hilary Weston Writers' Trust Prize for Nonfiction for A Geography of Blood: Unearthing Memory from a Prairie Landscape.[1]

Candace Sherk was born in the Peace River Country of Alberta, Canada, and attended the University of Alberta. She is a frequent contributor to numerous periodicals including Canadian Geographic.[2] A selection of her magazine articles was collected in Curious by Nature (2005).

Savage lives in Saskatchewan.

Selected works[edit]

  • Our Nell (1979)
  • Wild Mammals of Western Canada (1981) (with Arthur Savage)
  • Wonder of Canadian Birds (1985)
  • Pelicans (1986)
  • Eagles of North America (1987)
  • Wolves (1988)[3]
  • Grizzly Bears (1990)
  • Trash Attack! (1990)
  • Get Growing! (1991)
  • Peregrine Falcons (1992)
  • Eat Up! (1992)
  • Wild Cats (1993)
  • Aurora: The Mysterious Northern Lights (1994)
  • Bird Brains: The Intelligence of Crows, Ravens, Magpies and Jays (1995)
  • Cowgirls (1996)
  • The Nature of Wolves: An Intimate Portrait (1996)
  • Mother Nature: Animal Parents and their Young (1997)
  • Beauty Queens: A Playful History (1998)
  • Witch: The Wild Ride from Wicked to Wicca (2000)
  • Prairie: A Natural History (2004)
  • Curious by Nature (2005)
  • Crows: Encounters with the Wise Guys of the Avian World (2005)
  • Bees: Nature's little wonders (2008)
  • A Geography of Blood: Unearthing Memory from a Prairie Landscape (2012)

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