Park Natural Resources Manager Wins National Award for Excellence

By | September 16, 2018

Mark Biel and Bark Ranger Gracie at Logan Pass. Courtesy NPS

The Flathead Beacon has an article that begins…

For park visitors, Mark Biel is a familiar and welcome sight in Glacier National Park, particularly because he’s usually accompanied by his companion Gracie, the 4-year-old female border collie that helps him reduce human-wildlife interactions.

But as the park’s Natural Resources Program Manager, Biel does a lot more than hang out with his dog, and his spectrum of work recently earned him national recognition.

Read the full article here.

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