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The commercialization of wildlife generates a staggering amount of money each year. It is second only to the illicit drug trade. Unfortunately, and all too often, crimes against wildlife are looked upon as "victimless" and do not receive the same degree of attention as those involving drugs. Poaching, heart-pounding chases & searches, lonely vigils, and wildlife surveys are just some of the activities a wildlife officer is involved with. Spanning the 20-year career of a Pennsylvania game warden, "The Thin Green Line" is a gripping, true account of what it was like to enforce the Game and Wildlife Code in rural northeastern Pennsylvania from 1987 until 2007.
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