Handpicked from among the photographs Conger has taken throughout his time as a park ranger in Alaska’s famed Denali National Park, as well as during his experiences on wildlife expeditions within six of the seven continents, the images found in this book showcase more than fifty species. From such rare animals as the elusive, critically endangered tarsier (Borneo) the magnificent African lion, to the more familiar American black bear and the Koala (Australia), Conger describes the events that led to his unique shots, his experience of the moments he spent capturing these fantastic relationships as well as including the image/GPS data.  Join Ken Conger on a photographic journey into the wild, and explore wildlife’s greatest connection.