Collaring Bison at American Prairie Reserve
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Collaring Bison at American Prairie Reserve

Bison used to roam these grasslands in tens of millions and by moving across this landscape, grazing, or distributing seeds and wallowing, They created unique types of vegetation, which in turn created diverse habitats for other species. And then they were gone. The area, perfect for mega-grazers, became home to cattle ranching. Without bison engineering […]

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Old Man on His Back Conservation Area
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Old Man on His Back Conservation Area

This morning i’m in the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s Old Man On His Back ranch in southern Saskatchewan and although it’s morning, I actually got here last night with the intention of showing you how amazing and dark the sky is here how easy it is to see the stars but of course this happened […]

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Restoring the North American Prairie
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Restoring the North American Prairie

This short-grass prairie is a world-class ecosystem. We have as many important ecosystems here in North America, as many important iconic species like bison, that we need to protect right here. American Prairie Reserve is working to build the largest wildlife reserve in the lower 48 states. That landscape is surprisingly much more diverse than […]

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