Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
Lord Dunraven was a wealthy nobleman from Great Britain who led a most unusual and colorful life. Dunraven was inspired as a young boy by his uncle's tales of Sir George Gore's slaughter of wildlife on the American prairies and, at the age of 33, embarked on a sporting adventured to Yellowstone National Park. His account of the expedition is delightful reading and well illustrated but contains very little natural history information.
Dunraven, Earl of. 1967. The great divide, travels in the upper Yellowstone in the summer of 1874. Introduction by Marshall Sprague. A Bison Book, Univ. of Nebraska Press., Lincoln. 377 pp. Dunraven, Earl of. 1876. The Great Divide. Chatto and Windus. Piccadilly, London.