One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person in charge of patrolling and maintaining an area of forest and enforcing regulations.‘the forest rangers take regular guided walks’
- ‘The forest ranger was unimpressed and said he would have to vacate the home as it was on public land.’
- ‘"We've been working together with the police and forest rangers to curb illegal logging that is rampant in the area," he said.’
- ‘The trip offered the chance to meet and talk with forest rangers.’
- ‘They go deep into the conservation area with neither a forest ranger nor a police officer in sight.’
- ‘Frightened villagers stay indoors while forest rangers search for the wild cats.’
- ‘He said that when he was growing up, "the only thing I ever wanted to be was a forest ranger."’
- ‘For many years, forest rangers waged a war against dwarf mistletoe.’
- ‘Late in life, she has found her vocation as a forest ranger.’
- ‘The lack of forest rangers is an obstacle to conservation.’
- ‘She's now a forest ranger who cultivates a home menagerie of exotic reptiles.’
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