Game Wardens: The Untold Stories #ad - Voris lives in a log cabin set back in the woods, surrounded by nature and wildlife--just the life you'd expect from a game warden. From saving lives to near-death experiences, Voris's memoir covers the funny moments to the not-so-funny moments, and everything in between! About the Author Kyle A. Game wardens: the untold Stories follows the 20-year career of Kyle A.
A Game Warden's Adventure: Humorous Short Stories of a Career North Carolina Wildlife OfficerConley/Mangum #ad - Every day was different, most people looked up to you and I remembered hearing countless comments from folks that they had always wanted to be a Game Warden. The stories in this book will give you an inside look at some of the adventures, both funny and dangerous, that I lived through during my career. I loved being a Game Warden.
Are You Going to Step on That Snake?: Hunting Man and Beast in The AppalachiansCreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - Entrusted with the conservation of a wild land and the protection of those who enjoy it, Long is well aware of the highs and lows of his profession. Readers step into long's shoes as he tracks poachers, captures bears, patrols rivers on kayak, and lives off the land he loves. Along the way, he explains what it really means to be a rural game warden and offers readers a front-row seat to the sweat of summer, the chill of winter and the beauty of every sunrise.
Are You Going to Step on That Snake?: Hunting Man and Beast in The Appalachians #ad - This vivid environmental memoir chronicles adventures through the rivers, mountains, fields, and forests of one of America's wildest regions. After thirty years as a West Virginia conservation officer, David R. Long has some incredible stories to tell. But for this appalachian game warden, it's his deep love for the land that fueled his passion for natural resources law enforcement for more than three decades.
Backroads Law: True Stories of South Dakota Game WardensBookBaby #ad - These stories reflect loyalty, camaraderie and passion for their work to protect wildlife and natural resources. The south dakota conservation officers Association is proud to present this collection of stories about the inception of the organization, and officers past and present. Sometimes funny, sometimes harrowing, their tales are always heartfelt.
The Forgotten Lawmen Part 1: The Life and Adventures of a South Dakota Game WardenBookBaby #ad - I intended to change that mindset, and I eventually did. I had to overcome the rumors by going to work each day and slowly but surely earn the trust of the public. I had to fight for communal acceptance almost as much as I had to fight the poachers. I was assigned to the Moody County Warden District in 1983.
I was entertaining a lion's den of thieving, dangerous poachers who had grown accustomed to poaching with imputiny. Part 1 chronicles my first seven years as a state game warden. But the journey came with a very steep personal cost. My first three years were fraught with vicious rumors. It will bring the reader's emotions to the surface and help them better understand, and appreciate, the game warden profession!
The Forgotten Lawmen Part 1: The Life and Adventures of a South Dakota Game Warden #ad - I was only 23 years old and had accepted the assignment knowing my district had been without a game warden living and working within its boundaries for 25 years. The story is scary, funny, sad, dark, and joyful. I did finally earn their trust.
Open Season: True Stories of the Maine Warden ServiceDown East Books #ad - You'll live through the eyes of these twelve wardens and feel the excitement of a twig snapped in the dark. The frustration of second guessing yourself when lives are at stake. And the duty to do what's right, even when it means breaking the law. Altogether, their cumulative experiences account for more than 300 years of north woods law.
In addition to hair-raising, the collection covers moments such as a child innocently outing his parents as “looking for deer” at night, life-and-death scenarios, the doldrums of a stakeout, and the grief of tragedy. It was a time when a compass, map, and one's wits were what mattered most in the field.
Open Season: True Stories of the Maine Warden Service #ad - Before reality tv, and dashboard computers, GPS devices, there was a coming of age for the Maine Warden Service. Down east. Every day offered the potential for an exciting new adventure, many of which endangered the wardens' lives. Recreating the full warden experience, two sergeants, Open Season includes 20 stories from two former colonels, four district wardens, two lieutenants, a warden pilot, and one currently active-duty corporal.
Poacher HunterPenn's Woods Publications #ad - Poacher Hunter #ad - His crisp use of dialog makes his characters come alive in every page. He is a wonderful storyteller. Join him as he patrols four hundred square miles of rural mountain terrain in search of some of the most unpredictable characters you'll ever meet. This is wasserman's sixth book about his encounters with animal poachers in the wilds of Pennsylvania.
Poacher hunter contains seven of his best tales to date. Down east. Wasserman relates the dangers of his job with pulse-pounding clarity.
From Cowboy to Game Warden: Adventurous Short Stories from a Florida Game Warden's CareerIndependently published #ad - Follow along with captain king as he recounts some of the most memorable experiences from over 37 years of working in the vast Florida wilderness and meet many of the people, places, and creatures that make Florida unique among the world's natural treasures. The job of a florida game warden was often exciting, occasionally humorous, sometimes dangerous, and always rewarding.
From Cowboy to Game Warden: Adventurous Short Stories from a Florida Game Warden's Career #ad - This book is a collection of short stories from the career of one of the last true game wardens in Florida's history, Captain Wayne King. Down east. These stories are just of few of the many adventures that highlight an exciting and fulfilling lifetime of protecting Florida's natural resources.
Living the Dream: Life as a Maine Game WardenNorth Country Press #ad - Paul reynolds, editor Northwoods Sporting Journal Down east. Meet the many characters and enjoy some of the crazy antics that I had the opportunity to deal with over the 20 years of my great career, including many of the wild animals that I loved being around. V. His work is always humorous and fun. Thanks for living the dream, and for sharing it with us all.
Somewhere along the way, John and I became friends. His true gift is simply his outlook, the way he looks at life. These real-life incidents were recorded directly from my daily diaries. Share in the humor and the many interesting scenarios of what life on the beat as a District Game Warden was really like.
Living the Dream: Life as a Maine Game Warden #ad - His gift goes far beyond his commendable capacity to resurrect compelling stories from his old Warden diaries. Congratulations on another wonderful book, my friend. Diaries that I kept during my great career. John ford, the northwoods sportingjournal, Retired Maine Game WardenJohn has been writing a monthly column for my publication, for many years now.
More than that, it is uplifting, though, just like John is as a person. I owe the fact that i kept those diaries to my mentor and stepfather, Retired Warden Vernon Walker.
Wildlife 911Arbutus Press #ad - Ride along on arm-chair patrol as John Borkovich outsmarts deer poachers, thwarts fish thieves, and foils outlaws and felons. Over his twenty-seven year career as a wildlife conservation officer for the State of Michigan, John Borkovich conducted some of the most fascinating, complex, and highly successful wildlife investigations in Michigan.
Wildlife 911 #ad - Down east. John's encounter with illegal immigrants, strange religious cults, and ordinary burglars puts his life in danger as he protects Michigan's natural resources. His collection of true stories are action-packed, suspenseful, and often humorous.
Warden Force: Night Rider and Other True Game Warden Adventures: Episodes 1-13 Volume 1Wise Media Group #ad - A true game warden adventures story. An outing with team taylor: a california game warden and his family, team up to capture antelope, on a short vacation, bear and steelhead poachers. A true game warden adventure storyIt surprises many who read my stories to learn of the great diversity of challenges faced by California's Fish and Game wardens.
Down east. A true game warden adventure story. Rookie: a rookie california game warden gets his first taste of his hazardous new career… A true game warden adventure story. Grand trickery: a california warden employs a magnificent bluff to catch outlaws night-poaching deer. These stories illustrate the wide variety of wildlife-related problems wardens face in California, which has a greater diversity of wildlife and wildlife habitat than any other state and is second only to Alaska in its vast expanses of wilderness.
Warden Force: Night Rider and Other True Game Warden Adventures: Episodes 1-13 Volume 1 #ad - Book 1 contains the first 13 episodes:* The Midnight Ride of Bonnie and Clyde: Wardens tangle with a murderous mother-and-son poaching team. And things go wrong, somewhere in the state, with distressing regularity. A true game warden adventure story* Serial Poacher: Wardens pursue a disturbing and dangerous lone-wolf deer poacher.
A true game warden adventure story* Decisions: A true game warden adventure story. A true game warden adventure story. Night rider: a california warden pursues highly dangerous night-poachers of wild pigs.