Mr. Burandt, who was born in 1916, talks about his time as Game Warden from 1954-1980, the predatory animal trapping program, hunting, burro politics, Horseshoe Meadows Road, transplanting trout, and the raid on the Charles Manson gang at Barker Ranch in Death Valley.
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