Yellowstone Grizzly Bears: Ecology and Conservation of an Icon of Wilderness
by Yellowstone Association
A lot of people have strong opinions about wildlife management and ecology.
This is apparent from the books available on the topic, many of them are very one sided. I recommend you read reviews about the book and read up on the author before purchasing a book that disappoints you.
I ended up reading Yellowstone Grizzly Bears: Ecology and Conservation of an Icon of Wildness published by the Yellowstone Association (a non-profit associated with the National Park). It covers quite a bit of history and as a layman reader I got the impression that I am getting a fair review.
Yellowstone Cougars: Ecology before and during Wolf Restoration
by Tony K. Ruthe et al.
336 pages, published 2019
In the Temple of Wolves: A Winter's Immersion in Wild Yellowstone
by Rick Lamplugh
186 pages, published 2013
Taken by Bear in Yellowstone: More Than a Century of Harrowing Encounters between Grizzlies and Humans
by Kathleen Snow
352 pages, published 2016
Protecting Yellowstone: Science and the Politics of National Park Management
by Michael J. Yochim
281 pages, published 2013