Paths Crossed : Protecting National Parks
Of immense interest to all who have a fondness for our national parks, "Paths Crossed - Protecting National Parks" is the final book in the Paths Crossed series involving the author's career in law enforcement. It is narrative nonfiction consisting of sixty-six chapters, each a standalone story. In "Protecting National Parks," the author reveals the challenges, sacrifices, and rewards of being a protection ranger in remote venues. From watery northern and southern borders, the reader feels as if he is tagging along on missions involving search and rescue, law enforcement, wilderness medicine, and wildland firefighting. If you have ever wondered what a park ranger really does or thought you might want to be one, this is the book for you.
- Paperback | 264 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 15.24mm | 462.66g
- 30 Mar 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Clif Edwards
Clif Edwards was a protection ranger with the National Park Service for fourteen seasons. Serving at Isle Royale, Everglades, and Pictured Rocks, he practiced search and rescue, law enforcement, wilderness medicine, and wildland fire suppression in primarily wilderness environments. Prior to being a park ranger, Clif spent a career with the Michigan State Police where he retired at the rank of detective lieutenant. Now based out of Florida, Clif travels the country where he challenges himself with outdoor adventures.