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Migrations

Migrations

– [Announcer] Your support helps us bring you programs you love. Go to wyomingpbs.org, click on support and become a sustaining member or an annual member. It’s easy and secure. Thank you. (soft music) – [Narrator] From the meadows of Grand Teton National Park, over the craggy Gros Ventre mountains, into the Green River Valley …

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Falls Creek, Montana Public Access Opportunity

Falls Creek, Montana Public Access Opportunity

(uplifting music) – [Narrator] Ask any hunter, angler, or outdoor enthusiast what is the biggest issue they face. Odds are you’ll receive a unanimous answer, access to quality public lands. With so much rhetoric out there surrounding public lands and access, what is truly being done to improve real, on the ground access? The Rocky …

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Shooting In The Wild – The Birks of Aberfeldy and Robert Burns

Shooting In The Wild – The Birks of Aberfeldy and Robert Burns

Originally known as the ‘Dens of Moness’, ‘The Birks of Aberfeldy’ is a magical walk of water and woodland. The area was made famous by the poet Robert Burns who wrote about the area’s natural beauty in 1787. Now because of the unique blend of moist conditions and deciduous woodland, much of ‘The Birks of …

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COLORADO: Flat Tops Wilderness (Meeker & Rangely)

COLORADO: Flat Tops Wilderness (Meeker & Rangely)

Hey guys, Juliana Broste here, TravelingJules. Right here in Northwestern Colorado, the great West is the place to slow down and take it all in. We’re headed to the Flat Tops Wilderness and Meeker and Rangely. An adventure here has surprises around every corner. Wow, it’s beautiful up here. Who doesn’t love the wilderness? The …

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Blind Rescue Dog Feels Sand for the First Time | The Dodo Destination: Firsts

Blind Rescue Dog Feels Sand for the First Time | The Dodo Destination: Firsts

Pudding was a rescue. Her previous owners had the animal control call them in for a dog that the neighbors had noticed look like it was really sick. By the time that they had gotten Pudding situated, her eyes had essentially rotted out. My first semester of grad school was hard for me. I was …

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Bizarre beaver parachute program revealed

Newly-restored archival footage has revealed the extraordinary lengths the wildlife officials in Idaho went to in the late 1940’s and early 50s to relocate beavers from over-populated areas. The film clip, which was restored by the Idaho Historical Society and posted to YouTube, shows the animals being trapped and placed into wooden boxes attached by …