Books Carl Safina Books by Carl Safina Carl Safina has written books about: Nonfiction Science & Health Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email NPR stories about Carl Safina Review Book Reviews In 'Becoming Wild,' Carl Safina Takes Us Inside The Cultures Of Animals April 15, 2020 Combining the knowledge of a seasoned scientist and the skills of a good storyteller, the ecologist-author invites us to leave our cultural worlds and enter some animal ones to see just how they work. The famous Lamar Pack alpha female "06," right, with her mate "755" before her shooting death. Courtesy of Doug McLaughlin hide caption toggle caption Courtesy of Doug McLaughlin Opinion 13.7: Cosmos And Culture Carl Safina Talks Of Wild Wolves And Bottle-Fed Squirrels September 17, 2015 Ecologist, activist and writer Carl Safina reflects on his observations of love and status-striving among wild wolves and discusses animal minds with anthropologist Barbara J. King. iStockphoto Opinion 13.7: Cosmos And Culture Making A Case For The Minds Of Animals September 11, 2015 A new book makes a strong case for the claim that animals have rich mental lives, says Alva Noë, but falters on the idea that when it comes to knowing what others think and feel, we can only guess.