Kevin Van Tighem
Kevin Van Tighem, a former superintendent of Banff National Park, has written more than 200 articles, stories, and essays on conservation and wildlife which have garnered him many awards, including Western Magazine Awards, Outdoor Writers of Canada book and magazine awards, and the Journey Award for Fiction. He is the author of Bears Without Fear, The Homeward Wolf, Heart Waters: Sources of the Bow River, Our Place: Changing the Nature of Alberta, and Wild Roses Are Worth It: Alberta Reconsidered. He lives with his wife, Gail, in Canmore, Alberta.
A poetic and passionate tapestry of Kevin Van Tighem’s lifelong love affair with Alberta’s flora and fauna, mountains, foothills and prairies.”
–Ted Morton, professor, author, former Alberta Minister of Sustainable Resource Development