Poacher Wars: A Pennsylvania Game Warden’s Journal

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Penn's Woods Publications #ad - It's a book that will make you think about it long after you put it down. Excerpts from poacher wars:i imagined my chest being ripped apart by a brutal magnum slug as I picked my way up the mountain. Bud had his shirt open, his body deathly white. Poacher wars a prequel to wasserman's second book Game Warden is an intense, well written account about a true wildlife warrior and his fight against the criminals who plunder our natural resources.

William wasserman, writes about his encounters with outlaw hunters in a gritty, armed poachers in the backwoods of Pennsylvania and brought them to justice, a one-man wrecking crew who routinely confronted hostile, heart-pounding style that is sure to keep you turning pages until the last chapter has been read.

Poacher Wars: A Pennsylvania Game Warden's Journal #ad - Thick, purplish blood seeped from his wound. I looked back at the injured man. A book about a thin green line of dedicated game wardens, vastly outnumbered, who risk their lives on a daily basis in order to protect our wildlife for future generations to come. He could die right here! I thought grimly. And in that fleeting second, he realized he was outnumbered and outgunned! He reached back quickly and grabbed the butt of his revolver, pulling it from his holster.

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Track of the Poacher

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Penn's Woods Publications #ad - They seem like easy-going fellas and admit to using illegal bait to lure the deer onto their property. Although he s a hardened career poacher, don't be surprised if find yourself feeling a little sorry for him by the end of the story. Join him as he encounters some of the most unpredictable and interesting characters under the sun.

But the case takes a dramatic turn of events after Wasserman files charges and they hire a high-priced city attorney to defend them in court. In voice in the wilderness Wasserman travels into the city of Philadelphia to pursue big game poachers on their own turf. The incident sparks an investigation by state and federal game wardens armed with a search warrant.

The men refuse to admit they've killed anything, and Wasserman must resort to his vast knowledge of investigative techniques in order to apprehend them. Lost boys is about two teenage poachers: one a good kid who has always stayed out of trouble, the other a hardened deer killer who convinces the other to accompany him on an illegal night hunt.

Track of the Poacher #ad - It's an intriguing story about how two youths with completely different personalities react when they find themselves in trouble with the law. In dazed and confused Wasserman writes about incidents where the poachers can't seem to understand right from wrong. It has a surprise ending that you'll remember long after you put the book down.

In anatomy of a shooting wasserman skillfully narrates the details of several hunting accidents he investigated over the years, explaining how and why the hunters were shot while in plain view of their offenders.

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Game Warden: Adventures of a Wildlife Warrior

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Penn's Woods Publications #ad - This fascinating, true-life book contains an enthralling mix of stories about some of the most dangerous and unpredictable men Wasserman encountered during his 32 years as a state game warden. Excerpts from game warden:i unsnapped my holster and drew my Glock before he broke leather, and realized instantly that I d beaten him only because he pulled back at the last second.

Game Warden: Adventures of a Wildlife Warrior #ad - . Striker quickly straddled him, pummeling him, his fists slamming into the lawman's skull like mindless pile drivers. Limping Wolf looked wired. A thin white scar zigzagged from the corner of his eye down to his broad chin. As pierce and i bailed out i wondered if some madman was about to jump from the vehicle with an AK-47 in his hands, a twisted smile frozen on his face as he emptied a magazine full of hot lead at us.

. His eyes dancing wildly in his head, lips twitching nervously. Crazy.

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Wildlife Guardian: Stories of a Pennsylvania Game Warden

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Penn's Woods Publications #ad - Three armed men outside. Join him as he patrols four hundred square miles of rural mountain terrain in search of some of the most unpredictable--and interesting--characters you'll ever meet. His crisp use of dialog makes his characters come alive in every page. Wasserman relates the dangers of his job with pulse-pounding clarity.

Wildlife Guardian: Stories of a Pennsylvania Game Warden #ad - His plan backfires when the game warden shows up as an uninvited guest. She took a long pull on her cigarette. But as he stands between the creature and its meal, it begins to stalk him. It would be self-defense. It's one of his best tales ever. Fallout is a story about hardened poachers who will stop at nothing to shoot a deer.

But the lunatic truck shot by my vehicle, taking my side mirror with it. I switched on my revolving red light, thinking it might stop him. He is a wonderful storyteller.

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Poacher Hunter

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Penn's Woods Publications #ad - Poacher Hunter #ad - This is wasserman's sixth book about his encounters with animal poachers in the wilds of Pennsylvania. His crisp use of dialog makes his characters come alive in every page. Poacher hunter contains seven of his best tales to date. 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.

Wasserman relates the dangers of his job with pulse-pounding clarity. He is a wonderful storyteller.

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It's a Wild Life: Essays from a State Game Warden

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Penn's Woods Publications #ad - As a pennsylvania game warden for more than three decades, Wasserman investigated thousands of game law violations and arrested many violent career poachers. But another big part of his job was in the public relations and education field where he penned a weekly newspaper column entitled It s a Wild Life.

. It s a book that expands one s sense of awareness about the complexities of the natural world surrounding us and helps the reader understand and appreciate its existence both with and without human interference. Hence, the title of this book, which contains twenty-six of his most notable stories selected from more than seven hundred published over a fifteen-year period.

It's a Wild Life: Essays from a State Game Warden #ad - His sometimes humorous and sometimes emotional assortment of essays run the gamut from confrontations with poachers and game hogs to stories about animal survival, captive wildlife, free roaming pets, and unpredictable encounters with wild critters. But this book is not only about animals and nature, it s also about people and the attitudes and emotions that make a game warden s career so interesting.

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Pennsylvania Wildlife Tails: A Game Warden's Notebook

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Penn's Woods Publications #ad - Pennsylvania wildlife Tails is a fun way to learn about wild birds and animals. Some will make you laugh, others might just astonish you, dear reader, but be assured, every one is true. Wasserman, a wildlife conservation officer with the Pennsylvania Game Commission for 32 years, has collected 94 hilarious anecdotes about wildlife and put them to pen.

Pennsylvania Wildlife Tails: A Game Warden's Notebook #ad - Each is illustrated by famed cartoon artist, Dana Twigg.

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Open Season: True Stories of the Maine Warden Service

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Down 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. Every day offered the potential for an exciting new adventure, many of which endangered the wardens' lives.

Recreating the full warden experience, open Season includes 20 stories from two former colonels, a warden pilot, four district wardens, two sergeants, two lieutenants, and one currently active-duty corporal. Before reality tv, and dashboard computers, GPS devices, there was a coming of age for the Maine Warden Service.

Open Season: True Stories of the Maine Warden Service #ad - . It was a time when a compass, map, and one's wits were what mattered most in the field. Down east. Altogether, their cumulative experiences account for more than 300 years of north woods law. In addition to hair-raising, the doldrums of a stakeout, the collection covers moments such as a child innocently outing his parents as “looking for deer” at night, life-and-death scenarios, and the grief of tragedy.

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Wildlife 911

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Arbutus Press #ad - Wildlife 911 #ad - John's encounter with illegal immigrants, strange religious cults, and ordinary burglars puts his life in danger as he protects Michigan's natural resources. Over his twenty-seven year career as a wildlife conservation officer for the State of Michigan, complex, John Borkovich conducted some of the most fascinating, and highly successful wildlife investigations in Michigan.

Ride along on arm-chair patrol as John Borkovich outsmarts deer poachers, thwarts fish thieves, and foils outlaws and felons. Down east. His collection of true stories are action-packed, suspenseful, and often humorous.

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The Forgotten Lawmen Part 1: The Life and Adventures of a South Dakota Game Warden

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BookBaby #ad - I had to fight for communal acceptance almost as much as I had to fight the poachers. It will bring the reader's emotions to the surface and help them better understand, and appreciate, the game warden profession! Down east. I had to overcome the rumors by going to work each day and slowly but surely earn the trust of the public.

My first three years were fraught with vicious rumors. Part 1 chronicles my first seven years as a state game warden. But the journey came with a very steep personal cost. The story is scary, funny, dark, sad, and joyful. 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 Forgotten Lawmen Part 1: The Life and Adventures of a South Dakota Game Warden #ad - I intended to change that mindset, and I eventually did. I was entertaining a lion's den of thieving, dangerous poachers who had grown accustomed to poaching with imputiny. I was assigned to the Moody County Warden District in 1983. I did finally earn their trust.

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Behind a Thin Green Line: The Memoir of an Undercover Game Warden

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - This true story is an enlightening look into a collision of two grossly conflicting cultures. In idaho’s remote pahsimeroi valley, Latham takes a shot at infiltrating this brutal gang of outlaws led by a man who lives to kill. Down east. Behind a thin green line is the tense story of a solo undercover investigation into a sociopathic ring of poachers that could have stepped out of the movie, Mad Max.

Poachers and game wardens.

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