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Patrolling Bryce Canyon National Park is all about people (and sometimes their little dogs, too). Whether you’re injured, lost, locked out of your car, speeding, or hoping to take a photo with a flat hat, there’s a very good chance it will be Law Enforcement Officers like Ranger Zavesky that respond and represent this park and its mission to you. We want to take the occasion of Police Week to thank these rangers for all they do. Today is also Peace Officers Memorial Day, and we remember Officer Michael A. Beaulieu, who lost his life here on August 26, 1996, as well as all other officers who have fallen in the line of duty. (pd) ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations!!! And thank him for his service!!!! 🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲
Thank you Law Enforcement'
Thank you to all of the Rangers and staff at Bryce Canyon for your service. And as always, for remembering my Dad, Michael Beaulieu, each year. Not only was yesterday Peace Officers Memorial Day, but it would have been his 46th birthday as well. My family is forever grateful for each of you!
Some of my favorite people work for the U.S. Park Service especially the dedicated Rangers who have always made my trips to the National Parks a joy. Thank y’all for all you do in your service to the American People and all the visitor to our parks. We are blessed to have your service.
Happy for you Aaron. Best of luck.
That’s my brother🤙🏻🤙🏻 doing good for us!👍🏻👍🏻
Is Ranger Wes and Mike still there
I got injured laat sumner at Bryce NP while I was an ACE member working there. They took great care of me!
Thank you all of the Ranger in Bryce Canyon for your work 🤗
The unprepared, unfortunate, and careless are grateful. I just think you’re all cool!
Way to go Aaron Zavesky I always knew you'd be great
Patrolling Bryce Canyon is all about people (and sometimes their little dogs, too).
Whether you’re injured, lost, locked out of your car, or hoping to take a photo with a flat hat, there’s a very good chance it will be Law Enforcement Officers that respond.
Happy Mother’s Day weekend!
Mother Earth is aglow and filled with the sounds of life in abundant return upon & along the fantastic flanks of this plateau. Whether it’s migratory birds, emerging wildflowers, or scenic hikes, this a beautiful time to find yourself in southern Utah.