Building a home in a riparian area may be a dream come true for some, but we lose more than important bird habitat. You may just lose your home. This film was produced by Conservation Media for Montana Audubon through a grant from TogetherGreen, an initiative of National Audubon and [...]Read more ›
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This is the first of five videos that Conservation Media produced for the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service. NRCS’s Sage-grouse Initiative is a ground-breaking innovation in solving landscape scale conservation issues, by harnessing the power of rancher-driven land stewardship across eleven western states. Sustainable ranching is good for the land [...]Read more ›
Building a home in a riparian area may be a dream come true for some, but we lose more than important bird habitat. You may just lose your home. ….. This film was produced by Conservation Media for Montana Audubon through a grant from TogetherGreen, an initiative of National Audubon [...]Read more ›
This week we journeyed yet again back to the cottonwood gallery along a nearby creek to see what breeding birds we might find. Here are two quintessential sights from a warm morning in the gallery. This male Lazuli bunting glances up at one of its mates, a dull brown female, [...]Read more ›
The prolonged rainy weather in the Northern Rockies has finally given way to a spectacular green up and wildflower season. On this hill the incessant wind creates conditions equivalent to that of alpine tundra. As a result, many alpine tundra plant species can be found here at a surprisingly low [...]Read more ›
This is a short web film produced for Montana Audubon addressing the impact oil & gas development has on sage grouse, a species recently warranted by the USFWS as worthy of protection under the Endangered Species Act. This film includes interviews with David Sibley, Dave Naugle, and Amy Cilimburg. You [...]Read more ›
We caught a fleeting glimpse of these incredibly fast pronghorns out in the Big Hole Valley. A late spring skif of snow blankets the foothills. This valley will soon be green, and just as quickly turn brown. A red-tailed hawk surveys the landscape for prey, with the Bitteroot Mountains in [...]Read more ›