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WOOF: Deaths in the National Parks: Who, How, and Why with Randi Minetor

  • 13 Mar 2022
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
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"Deaths in National Parks: Who, How, and Why" with Randi Minetor


Why do some people lose their lives in America’s national parks? Randi Minetor, author of seven books in the non-fiction "Death in the Parks" series, explores the fatal mistakes people make when they leave their familiar surroundings for the wilderness. Some take on more than they can handle, some refuse advice, and some seem to have no idea what true wilderness is—and what it means to their personal safety. Others are simply in the wrong place at the right time. Randi shares highlights of her in-depth research and what it reveals about the people who perish in the parks, with helpful tips on how to stay alive in a national park. 

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Author Bio:

Author and journalist Randi Minetor has written more than 80 published books, including regional bestsellers Death in Glacier National Park, Death in Zion National Park, Death in Rocky Mountain National ParkDeath in Acadia, Death on Katahdin, and the upcoming Death in the Everglades (Lyons Press, Sept 2022)She writes primarily about America’s national parks, hiking, birding, nature, and historic cities across the country. Her 2022 book releases also include the second edition of her book Backyard Birding and Butterfly Gardening (Lyons, June 2022), featuring 350 photos by her husband, photographer Nic Minetor; as well as Hiking the Catskills (Falcon, June 2022) with writing partner Stacey Freed. Randi and Nic live in Rochester, NY.

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