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Code: W0650
Author: Scott Thybony
Publisher: Western National Parks Association
ISBN: 9781583690246
Soft cover: 48 pages, 10 1/4" x 8 1/4"

Member Price: $2.52
Non-Member Price: $2.95

With much of the country, including the Southwest, experiencing the worst drought in more than a century, Wildfire provides new perspectives on the world of fire. Moving beyond the drama and devastation, this book explores the history of wildfire suppression tactics and looks at fire as a natural force in balancing life in our wildlands. More than 50 color photographs illustrate the gritty determination and physical rigors of firefighting. ^~Author: Scott Thybony ^~Publisher: Western National Parks Association ^~ISBN: 9781583690246 ^~Soft cover: 48 pages, 10 1/4" x 8 1/4"
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