Retired National Park Service ranger Kim DeLozier knows and he tells all about it in his new book, Bear in the Back Seat. The book shares funny and family-friendly accounts of DeLozier’s 30 plus years as a wildlife biologist in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, dealing with hormonally-crazed elk, homicidal wild boars, hopelessly timid wolves and nine million tourists. The book sells for $11.99 in softcover and is available at Great Smoky Mountains Association bookstores in Tennessee and North Carolina and on its website. Assisting DeLozier in the writing is Carolyn Jourdan, a Wall Street Journal bestselling author. Proceeds from the book support the national park. Great Smoky Mountains Association is the oldest non-profit funding partner of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
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