Dilbert the Duck Visits Zion National Park

Dilbert the Duck Visits Zion National Park
Title Dilbert the Duck Visits Zion National Park PDF eBook
Author Debbie Houghton
Publisher
Pages
Release 2021-06
Genre
ISBN 9781737237600

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Dilbert the Duck left everything he knew to go on an adventure like no other. Join him as he travels up the steep switchbacks, chains, and cliffs (and fends of sneaky wildlife) to the top of Zion National Park's wildest peak-- Angels Landing!

Dilbert the Duck Visits Bryce Canyon National Park

Dilbert the Duck Visits Bryce Canyon National Park
Title Dilbert the Duck Visits Bryce Canyon National Park PDF eBook
Author Debbie Houghton
Publisher
Pages
Release 2021-06
Genre
ISBN 9781737237617

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Dilbert the Duck's imagination runs a little wild as he gets further from home, seeing some unexpected 'faces' in the hoodoos of Bryce-- and it only seems to get tougher from there. Luckily, Dilbert's not alone and ends up having one of his favorite adventures yet!

American Zion

American Zion
Title American Zion PDF eBook
Author Betsy Gaines Quammen
Publisher Torrey House Press
Pages 246
Release 2020-03-25
Genre Religion
ISBN 1948814153

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"A deep, fascinating dive into a uniquely American brand of religious zealotry that poses a grave threat to our national parks, wilderness areas, wildlife sanctuaries, and other public lands. It also happens to be a delight to read." —JON KRAKAUER American Zion is the story of the Bundy family, famous for their armed conflicts in the West. With an antagonism that goes back to the very first Mormons who fled the Midwest for the Great Basin, they hold a sense of entitlement that confronts both law and democracy. Today their cowboy confrontations threaten public lands, wild species, and American heritage. BETSY GAINES QUAMMEN is a historian and conservationist. She received a doctorate in Environmental History from Montana State University in 2017, her dissertation focusing on Mormon settlement and public land conflicts. After college in Colorado, caretaking for a bed and breakfast in Mosier, Oregon, and serving breakfasts at a cafe in Kanab, Utah, Betsy has settled in Bozeman, Montana, where she now lives with her husband, writer David Quammen, three huge dogs, an overweight cat, and a pretty big python named Boots.