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Doug Peacock Lives with the Grizzly Bears

After serving in the Vietnam War, Peacock sought solace in nature. While camping in the woods, he had several encounters with grizzly bears. He wrote about his observations of the animals in his new book, Grizzly Years.


Other segments from the episode on August 24, 1990

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, August 24, 1990: Interview with Frederick Elmes; Review of Prince's album "Graffiti Bridge"; Interview with Doug Peacock; Commentary on food, memory, and happiness.


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