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I"m a ranger in Yellowstone, and other stories from the world of work.

I"m a ranger in Yellowstone, and other stories from the world of work.

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Published by Zaner-Bloser in Columbus, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vocational guidance -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Occupations -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Professions -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Occupations.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesI am a ranger in Yellowstone, and other stories from the world of work.
    SeriesZaner-Bloser independent readers
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF5381.2 .I4 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination63 p. :
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2203150M
    ISBN 100883095440
    LC Control Number89024932
    OCLC/WorldCa20670783

    Yellowstone’s Hellroaring cabin, built in , is located just south of Hellroaring Mountain and the northern border of the park. One of the park’s oldest ranger patrol cabins, it received a new roof following the fires of , but that roof is now overdue to be replaced.   LOGAN: Although artists from our regional community contributed most of the work found in our narrative atlas, it also includes contributions form those as far away as New York City and Switzerland, reflecting the global importance of Yellowstone country, the world’s first national park and a World Heritage Site.

      The Yellowstone River is the longest undammed river in the continental United States at miles long and the river, together with Yellowstone Lake, is home to the largest inland population of cutthroat trout in the world. Birth of the national park ranger: The forefather of the modern-day park ranger came from Yellowstone. Harry Yount, a. The Young Explorer's Guide to Yellowstone National Park ($) can help youngsters gain insights to, and appreciation for, the world's very first national park. Written by the editors of National Parks Traveler, this full-color, page eBook covers park history, geology, thermal features, wildlife, landscape, and .

      Backcountry Rangers brave the elements —and other dangers—to protect the park’s treasures. WANTED: Man or woman with skills in horseback riding and backcountry skiing, willing to hike 20 miles at a time, and available to work 24 hours per day. Must be trained in search and rescue operations, emergency medical response, avalanche safety, and use of firearms. Should be handy . Get this from a library! Yellowstone ranger: stories from a life spent with bears, backcountry, horses, and mules, from Yosemite to Yellowstone. [Jerry Mernin; Gary Brown] -- Jerry Mernin's distinguished carreer in the National Park Service spanned four decades, five national parks, and a remarkable year stay in Yellowstone, the park he loved and never left.


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I"m a ranger in Yellowstone, and other stories from the world of work Download PDF EPUB FB2

“Jerry Mernin is a Yellowstone legend, and his book is a classic of wilderness adventure.” --Paul Schullery, author of Mountain Time and Searching for Yellowstone“Jerry Mernin was the quintessential ranger of Yellowstone and the National Park Service.”Dan Sholly, Chief Ranger, Yellowstone National Park, /5(43).

Yellowstone National Park has a self-guided, Junior Ranger program for visiting children 4 years and older. This program is a way to introduce children—and those young at heart—to the natural wonders of the park and their own role in preserving these wonders for the future.

The Yellowstone National Park historian knows horror stories far scarier than made-up specters. They are haunting, disturbing and particularly terrifying because they actually happened.

These are the stories of people falling into boiling water, of wild animals attacking and feasting on flesh, and the unsolved mysteries as to whether a person. On a more sobering note is Death in Yellowstone: Accidents and Foolhardiness in the First National Park, by Yellowstone’s Lee Whittlesey, published in “Last year there were about million visits to National Park Service sites across the U.S.

When you bring that many people into close contact with Mother Nature – and with each other – it’s inevitable that at least some of. There are Junior Ranger programs for three age groups plus a winter program, each with their own badge.

Here are a few kid-specific activities designed just for them. Junior Ranger Program for Agesand 13+ Kids and those young-at-heart love waving their badge of honor proving they’re one of Yellowstone’s finest rangers.

Explore a bit of Yellowstone with a ranger via a hike, walk, boat cruise, or citizen science program and gain a greater appreciation for this amazing place. Examples of ranger tours include: Mud Volcano Ramble: Find out what mudpots and hot springs reveal about Yellowstone's past and future, Mud Volcano.

The Stories of Yellowstone by Mark M. Miller. The Stories of Yellowstone: Adventure Tales from the World’s First National Park shares the story of Yellowstone from the first European visitors to the building of the first luxury hotels in the area.

The tales are collected from the letters, journals, and diaries of the early visitors. Yellowstone National Park Explore Learn Protect Junior Ranger Printed on recycled paper with soy ink Reprinted June Actual size of a gray wolf track.

Place your hand over it. How do they compare. Y ou can be a Junior Ranger in the oldest national park in the world. Yellowstone National Park was created inso it is the world’s first. Yellowstone Ghost Stories.

Nothing says autumn quite like gathering around a roaring campfire with friends on a cool, crisp evening. Grab a few soft blankets to keep warm, pour mugs of hot chocolate or steaming apple cider to up the cozy vibes, and then take turns sharing your scariest ghost stories – what could be more perfect on an October night.

The show is getting hype ahead of its premiere, no doubt because of the talent behind it. Aside from Costner's obvious star power, Sheridan is best known as the writer of Hell or High Water and. rangers, including three Assistant Chief Rangers to head three districts, and James McBride, army scout sinceas Acting Chief Ranger.

Other former scouts among the rangers were Raymond C. Little, who resigned inand Harry Trischman, one of Yellowstone's finest, who served as ranger and then chief buffalo keeper until Other ghost stories have been reported as true tales told (and retold) by visitors, rangers, soldiers, and other park employees over the years.

I have even included links to two self-guided ghost tours of Yellowstone National Park, which trace the path I took as I researched the Yellowstone ghost stories included in my book, Spooky Yellowstone. The Best Yellowstone and Grand Teton Books. From epic narratives of discovery and exploration to comprehensive field guides, these must-read Yellowstone and Grand Teton books dive deep into the history, natural environment and wonder of Wyoming’s two iconic national you’re planning a visit to either park, you’ll surely want to put a few of these books on your reading list.

“Jerry Mernin is a Yellowstone legend, and his book is a classic of wilderness adventure.” --Paul Schullery, author of Mountain Time and Searching for Yellowstone“Jerry Mernin was the quintessential ranger of Yellowstone and the National Park Service.”Dan Sholly, Chief Ranger, Yellowstone National Park, Reviews:   The District Ranger, who oversees law enforcement in one of the park’s seven districts, sat down for a chat and provided a glimpse into her world.

Q: Casual visitors might not know there are different kinds of National Park Service rangers. Author Peggy Henderson pens the “Yellowstone” series of time travel romance novels.

The series began publication in the yearwhen “Yellowstone Heart Song” was released. The series features both novels and short stories to it. The series takes place back in the mountain man era two hundred years ago and is set near Yellowstone. Get this from a library. A ranger's guide to Yellowstone day hikes.

[Roger Anderson, (Park ranger); Carol Shively Anderson] -- Husband and wife park rangers invite you along, off the beaten path and into the heart of Yellowstone. No matter what your age or abilities, the park has hikes to suit your interests.

This book has. “Yellowstone is the best place in the world to view wolves in their natural habitat,” says McIntyre. Margie Fey: National Park Ranger, Aquatic Invasive Species Inspector.

An enjoyable first-hand account of life as a ranger in Yosemite and Yellowstone. Mernin's father was a National Parks ranger as well, and a source of inspiration for him. This book was assembled after Mernin's death, using notes and stories he had typed up in retirement, so it is not as polished as, say, Anne LaBastille's _Woodswoman_/5(8).

Yellowstone Wolves - A Chronicle of the Animal, the People, and the Politics by Cat Urbigkit Yellowstone Wolves - A Chronicle of the Animal, the People, and the Politics by Cat Urbigkit - About the Author - Website "Yellowstone Wolves" provides a unique perspective on what is one of the most visible and contentious wildlife management experiments taking place in the American West today.

Globe Pequot published his first book, Adventures in Yellowstone: Early Travelers Tell Their Tales, under its Two Dot imprint in He is working on a narrative history of the encounters between Yellowstone tourists and the Nez Perce Indians who fled through the park in RANGERS. The National Park Service has two divisions of rangers: protection and naturahsts.

The protection division assumes avariety ofduties, butoneoftheir moreimportant responsibilitms is the enforcement function. Naturalists, on the other hand, provide guided tours and nature hikes throughoutthepark, maintainmuseums,andpresentlectures.Sholly's term as Yellowstone's chief ranger ended in early It is fortunate he documented these insights into the everyday life and challenges of a park ranger.

This is a riveting book, perhaps partly because of the writing skills of co-author Newman, and in the opinion of this reviewer has earned a permanent place on the Yellowstone.