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New book discusses the origins of the Blue Goose Alliance

Dream Hunter 2DREAM HUNTER - A National Wildlife Refuge Manager's Memoir is a series of recollections that roam from the author Ed Crozier's days as a youth through his nearly fifty years of working coast to coast with the National Wildlife Refuge System. The recollections are about his personal outdoor adventures and his experiences as a professional manager of several national wildlife refuges. Included are stories about growing up in a small town on the Minnesota prairie, working as Forest Service fire-tower lookout, a Park Service fire fighter, a wilderness guide and as a wildlife manager in the Fish & Wildlife Service. Other stories are about his escapades in the army, grassroots environmental activism, owning a hunting camp, living with bird hunting dogs, saving a valley, wildlife management, game law enforcement and the politics of managing a national wildlife refuge. Included are chapters about the early history of the National Wildlife Refuge Association, the early days of the refuge Friends movement and the formation of the Blue Goose Alliance.

AUTHOR Ed Crozier was raised on the prairies of western Minnesota. After obtaining a BS degree in wildlife management, he began a lifetime career in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service serving in a number of positions in the National Wildlife Refuge System. He has been awarded the U.S. Department of Interior's highest honors, the Meritorious Service and the Distinguished Service Awards and has an auditorium named in his honor in the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center. He is a founder and former vice chairman of the National Wildlife Refuge Association, a founder and former president of the Friends of Minnesota Valley, a charter member and a former president of the Minnesota Valley Trust, Inc., a founder and board director of the Blue Goose Alliance and a mentor to Friends groups of wildlife refuges.

Ed and wife, Caryl, live in Metropolitan Minnesota. His passion for the outdoors and wildlife refuges continues.

 

For more information about the book go to: A Wildlife Journal by Ed Crozier

 

A SOFT COVER EDITION OF DREAM HUNTER CAN BE PURCHASED ($22.95) ONLINE FROM THE PUBLISHER -- WINGSPAN PRESS/OVERLOOKED BOOKS AT:

http://www.overlookedbooks.com/ IF THE BOOK DOES NOT APPEAR, SCROLL DOWN TO MEMOIR AND CLICK IT.

 

BARNES AND NOBLE STORES WILL ORDER IT OR IT CAN BE PURCHASED ONLINE FROM THEM  AT : http://search.barnesandnoble.com/booksearch/results.asp?WRD=DREAM+HUNTER+%2D+a+memoir&z=y

 

IT CAN ALSO BE ORDERED ONLINE FROM AMAZON.COM AT:

http://www.amazon.com/Dream-Hunter-Edward-S-Crozier/dp/159594107X/sr=1-1/qid=1170801195/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/105-7516214-6012427?ie=UTF8&s=books

 

A HARD COVER EDITION CAN BE PURCHASEDFOR $38.00 (includes shipping cost) BY SENDING A CHECK TO: ED CROZIER, 60 OAK SHORE DRIVE, BURNSVILLE, MN 55306

 

 

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