“Best Outdoor Book of 2016”
—Outdoor Writers Association of California
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THE GAME

WARDEN’S SON

 

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Retired game warden Steven T. Callan’s love of nature and passion for protecting wildlife took root long before he experienced the adventures described in his memoir, Badges, Bears, and Eagles. In The Game Warden’s Son, he recounts more of his own investigations, along with those of his game warden father and their colleagues. Intertwined with a half century of adventures and investigations is a story of the lifelong relationship between a boy and his father.

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BADGES, BEARS,

AND EAGLES

 

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During his career as a wildlife protection officer, Steve Callan conducted some of the most fascinating, complex, and highly successful wildlife investigations in California history. He also collected a wealth of true stories—action-packed, suspenseful, and often humorous.

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2013 “Book of the Year” finalist
—ForeWord Reviews
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PRAISE

MY BLOG

  • Every fall, aspens put on a magnificent display in California’s Eastern Sierra. Photo by Steven T. Callan.

    26 Oct Golden Trout and Golden Trees

    The first time I experienced the awesome grandeur of California’s Eastern Sierra was in 1975, when, as a rookie Fish and Game warden, I drove there on assignment to work the Crowley Lake trout-season opener. That spring, the majestic mountains to the west were covered......

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  • Setting out on our Safari West adventure, we left civilization behind. Photo by Alex Coburn.

    07 Sep On Safari

    With camera in hand, Kathy and I have spent much of the last thirty years enjoying nature and searching for wildlife wherever we could find it. We’ve meandered through mountains, marshes, and meadows in seven states; we’ve trekked across deserts in California, Arizona, and Nevada;......

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  • During the winter months, Kathy and I can count on seeing magnificent bald eagles at the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex. This mature female was about to swoop down on a flock of unsuspecting coots. Photo by Steven T. Callan.

    08 Mar Saving a Place for Wildlife

    Late in November 1959, I was an eleven-year-old boy riding in the back seat of our family car as my father drove us north of Sacramento for the first time. I remember looking out the window and marveling at flocks of flying waterfowl and a......

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