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I Want to Be a Park Ranger By William Baxter
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This is a book about being a park ranger. The book talks about the challenges, opportunities, and privileges of being a park ranger.
The Ranger Power Guide By Brian Park
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From Mighty Morphin to RPM, the Ranger Power Guide lists all 700 episodes of the 17 seasons of the top kids tv action show The Power Rangers. Also includes a character guide to all the ranger teams... More > and bonus deleted scenes guide to the Power Rangers movie.< Less
See Yosemite National Park By Ranger David Rose
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See Yosemite National Park from the eye of a Yosemite Park Ranger. See images captured from places in Yosemite where few people venture. See mountains, waterfalls, rivers, giant trees and wildlife as... More > Ranger David Rose takes you on an adventure through the amazing areas of Yosemite National Park. You won't be disappointed. The photo album makes a great gift to loves ones and friends or even a gift to yourself. Buy this book today. This book is also available in hardcover.< Less
See Yosemite National Park By Ranger David Rose
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Photography by a Yosemite Interpretive Naturalist Park Ranger. See Yosemite National Park from a Rangers camera on trails that are little used by visitors. You will see pictures of Half Dome, El... More > Capitan, Yosemite Falls, Nevada and Vernal Falls, pictures of bears, deer, squirrels and much more. The 29 pages of 49 pictures and descriptions will keep your interest for a long time. You won't be disappointed.< Less
So...you want to be a Park Ranger! By David Rose
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Many people have dreamed of becoming a Park Ranger. They are drawn in by the thought of working and living outdoors in the most beautiful natural areas of the world. That was my dream a year before I... More > actually became a Park Ranger. Now I am a Park Ranger at age 60 and I can show you how to do what I have just accomplished. You will learn how to study nature, wilderness medical training, interpretation skills, how to select and apply for positions and much more. Buy this book and I will show you how to get started today on the trail to becoming a Park Ranger.< Less
So...you want to be a Park Ranger! By David Rose
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Many people have dreamed of becoming a Park Ranger. They are drawn in by the thought of working and living outdoors in the most beautiful natural areas of the world. That was my dream a year before I... More > actually became a Park Ranger. Now I am a Park Ranger at age 60 and I can show you how to do what I have just accomplished. You will learn how to study nature, wilderness medical training, interpretation skills, how to select and apply for positions and much more. Buy this book and I will show you how to get started today on the trail to becoming a Park Ranger.< Less
Adventures with Ranger Roy: Acadia National Park By Jarrod Scheunemann, Jessie Scheunemann
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An educational children's book about Acadia National Park & the surrounding area in Maine.
Murder at Pond Park By Misty Reddington
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Before dawn one morning in early summer, Park Ranger Molly Tinker and her standard poodle are jogging at Pond Park when they discover a shoe sticking halfway under the evergreen tree on the hill.... More > Lifting the shoe, Molly discovers that the shoe is attached to a dead body. Molly and her poodle jog home to awaken her husband, Chief of Police Eric Wade, to tell him the bad news. The residents of this small New England town have no memory of murder and are disturbed by this violent crime. Unfortunately, as the summer passes, Molly and her dog discover more bodies under the evergreen tree on the hill. Molly becomes an unofficial detective, helping the police with the murder investigation. Her unorthodox detecting skills entertain the reader and lead to the arrest of a killer.< Less
Murder at Pond Park By Misty Reddington
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Before dawn one morning in early summer, Park Ranger Molly Tinker and her standard poodle are jogging at Pond Park when they discover a shoe sticking halfway under the evergreen tree on the hill.... More > Lifting the shoe, Molly discovers that the shoe is attached to a dead body. Molly and her poodle jog home to awaken her husband, Chief of Police Eric Wade, to tell him the bad news. The residents of this small New England town have no memory of murder and are disturbed by this violent crime. Unfortunately, as the summer passes, Molly and her dog discover more bodies under the evergreen tree on the hill. Molly becomes an unofficial detective, helping the police with the murder investigation. Her unorthodox detecting skills entertain the reader and lead to the arrest of a killer.< Less
ProgressiveWednesday.com 2.0 Presents: The Adirondack Park Calendar By J.B. Robinson
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The Adirondack Park’s sheer size of six million acres is often quoted by park rangers and historians, and this factoid is typically followed by a list of better known National Parks that can,... More > collectively, fit inside the Adirondack Park’s boundaries. But what makes the Adirondacks special, and in my mind truly progressive, is the belief that people and wilderness can and should coexist inside park boundaries in a sustainable way. Think about that for a moment. My family and I are permitted to make our home sweet home inside the Adirondack Park of upstate New York, along with over 130,000 other residents—all we have to do is follow the strict land-use guidelines as defined by the Adirondack Park Agency so that future generations have the same opportunity to experience wilderness. My aim was to select photos for our 2010/2011 calendar that capture the ongoing relationship between people and wilderness inside the Adirondack Park of upstate New York. Thanks for helping us make progress!< Less