Gloria Straube is devoted to giving her readers a story filled with a nature-inspired wanderlust for all things wild, entangled with fate and a twist of true love.
In honor of the restoration of wolves back into Yellowstone National Park in 1995, Gloria has become a passionate advocate for better protection for the wolves and grizzly bears that call the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem home. The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE) is one of the last remaining large, nearly intact ecosystems located within the Northern Rocky Mountains. She has been involved with wolf issues and wolf organizations for over ten years. Gloria is committed to using her voice for these voiceless animals in the constant battle for better protection and coexistence. A lifetime observer of nature, she spends most of her free time studying the behavior of wolves and grizzly bears in the wild, quietly earning herself a coveted ethology background. Through her observations and personal stories, Gloria hopes to better inform the public on understanding the full importance of top predators to the ecosystem.
Gloria has a Bachelor of Science (B.S) degree from Emerson College.
She is happily married to Andy and has three young sons: Bennett, Luke, and Harrison.