The Father of American Conservation by Thom Hatch audiobook

The Father of American Conservation: George Bird Grinnell Adventurer, Activist, and Author

By Thom Hatch
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Award-winning author Thom Hatch presents the definitive biography of George Bird Grinnell (1849–1938), who was recognized in his time as "The Father of American Conservation." This book chronicles not only Grinnell's life, but also offers a history of his accomplishments in saving the wildlife and natural resources of this country. A remarkable man, Grinnell was known as a model of intellectual diversity, integrity, and professional dedication. He was a daring adventurer and explorer; crusading magazine publisher and editor (Forest and Stream, now Field and Stream); prolific author; accomplished outdoorsman; notable paleontologist, ethnologist, ornithologist, and anthropologist; presidential advisor; advocate for Native Americans; and this country's first environmental activist, whose contributions in that arena are unparalleled in American history.

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Award-winning author Thom Hatch presents the definitive biography of George Bird Grinnell (1849–1938), who was recognized in his time as "The Father of American Conservation." This book chronicles not only Grinnell's life, but also offers a history of his accomplishments in saving the wildlife and natural resources of this country.

A remarkable man, Grinnell was known as a model of intellectual diversity, integrity, and professional dedication. He was a daring adventurer and explorer; crusading magazine publisher and editor (Forest and Stream, now Field and Stream); prolific author; accomplished outdoorsman; notable paleontologist, ethnologist, ornithologist, and anthropologist; presidential advisor; advocate for Native Americans; and this country's first environmental activist, whose contributions in that arena are unparalleled in American history.

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Author Bio: Thom Hatch

Author Bio: Thom Hatch

Thom Hatch is a historian who specializes in the American West, the Civil War, and Native American conflicts. A Marine Corps Vietnam veteran, Thom is the recipient of a Spur Award from the Western Writers of America. He is the author of several nonfiction works, including Osceola and the Great Seminole War, Black Kettle, and The Blue, the Gray, and the Red; and the novel The Bone Hunters. He lives in Colorado with his wife and daughter.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, CD
Category: Nonfiction/Biography
Runtime: 9.37
Audience: Adult
Language: English