One mans adventure in the Natural World
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About the Author
Roland H. Wauer retired from the National Park Service in 1989, after a 32-year career as a park ranger at Crater Lake National Park (NP), Death Valley NP, Pinnacles NM, Zion NP, and Big Bend NP; Southwest Region Chief Scientist (1972-78), and Chief of Natural Resources in the Washington, DC Office (1972-83). During the later period he coordinated two NPS State of the Parks reports, developed the Service-wide Natural Resource Management Trainee Program, and served as Chairman of the Interagency Grizzly Bear Steering Committee. Read More »
About the Book
Natural Inclinations follows the adventures of Greg Steward from his youth in St. Croix in the Virgin Islands to New York City and his employment at the American Museum of Natural History where he becomes a member of a scientific expedition to Panama. That experience confirms his love for adventure and desire for more new and exotic places and wildlife. He then joins other scientific expeditions to such distant places as the Galapagos, Easter Island, the Societies, and the Marquesas Islands. Read More »
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