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Media 23: The Sagebrush Sea


Aaron Zagrodnick
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Aaron Zagrodnick

The flyover area. The Big Empty. The places in between. All names for the area known colloquially as The Sagebrush Sea. At one point encompassing over 500,000 square miles, the area between the Rockies and the Sierra Nevada is often a place thought of as barren, devoid of life and uninteresting. However, after watching PBS Nature’s newest documentary, a viewer may change their mind. The Sagebrush Sea is a wonderful documentary about the vast area between the Sierra and Rockies often ignored by many. Focusing on the endangered sagebrush grouse, the documentary uses this endangered bird as our portal into this unique area. The seasons of this vast ecosystem are explored, other wildlife is displayed, and the...
 
Paul Magnanti reviews this PBS documentary in Issue 23, take a look at the link below:

The Sagebrush Sea

The Sagebrush Sea

Issue 23 Page 1

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  • 7 months later...

Please keep this a secret.

That photograph is not very tempting, so please keep showing those. 

Thanks. We call it the Sagebrush Ocean.

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