Todd Fuller is Professor of Wildlife Ecology at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst (UMass). He’s worked as a wolf and caribou biologist in Alberta, Canada, and as a research scientist in Minnesota studying wolves, deer, and deer hunters. Since arriving at UMass in 1990, Todd has taught courses on natural history, wildlife ecology conservation, and mammalogy. He and his graduate students have worked in the US and in 20 other countries studying the natural history and conservation of mammalian carnivores and herbivores, especially identifying factors affecting variation in their density and distribution; he also has joyfully howled with wolves in the Gobi Desert of Mongolia. Todd is the author of Wolves of the World, and has co-edited, authored, and co-authored over 200 other journal papers, books, monographs, book chapters, book reviews, and other papers.