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Central Maine author Ronald A. Joseph will sit down with Morning Sentinel reporter Amy Calder to discuss his new book and more at the Greene Block + Studios in downtown Waterville on Tuesday, October 10 at 7 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.

About Ronald A. Joseph

Joseph, of Sidney, was born in Waterville in 1952 and grew up in neighboring Oakland. He developed a love for the outdoors and wildlife on his grandparents’ dairy farm in Mercer, where he spent many weekends, summers and vacations working and exploring. He went on to study ornithology at the University of New Hampshire, where he earned a degree in wildlife conservation. He later earned a master’s degree in zoology from Brigham Young University. In 1978, he began a career as a state and federal wildlife biologist, mostly in Maine, but also for a time in New Hampshire and Utah. One particular focus during his career was the restoration of endangered species. Earlier this year he published his first book, “Bald Eagles, Bear Cubs and Hermit Bill: Memories of a Maine Wildlife Biologist,” released by Islandport Press.

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