In his two-volume set of Wildlife Dies Without Making a Sound, Terry Grosz tells the rest of the story. Here are the last of his exciting tales from the dangerous world of wildlife protection and law enforcement. Terry Grosz has collected so many true-life stories over his career in wildlife protection that it has taken no less than a dozen books to contain them all. In Volume Two, Terry Grosz recounts the missing stories from the latter part of his time as a California State Fish and Game Warden. His pursuit of poachers and over-limit shooters takes many strange turns: he tackles "spotlighter" killers at night, and ruffles the feathers of illicit duck clubs and their shooters during the day; he faces off with "low-information" judges and law-enforcement officers who believe themselves above the wildlife laws, and he tangles with froggers who go one hop too far. Terry Grosz's memoirs have excited thousands of readers, and have been valuable in the instruction of the next wave of wildlife law-enforcement officers. Terry Grosz has been a true champion for America's wild animals.
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