sagebrush

Wildlife Know No Boundaries

Imagine an open landscape of sagebrush, grassland and windswept rocky outcrops as far as the eye can see.  There, mule deer and pronghorn feed on native plants to grow fast …

The Sagebrush Sea: The Burrowing, Bustling, and Soaring Creatures of the Sage

There is a place in the West unlike any place in the world. The horizon stretches west over a rolling sea of sage, and when the wind brushes across the …

Saving the Sagebrush Sea Is No Threat to Security

You might send a jackrabbit speeding off while scouting mule deer, learn about hunting from a coyote crisscrossing the adjacent hillside, or flush out a short-eared owl while walking along …

New Partnerships Save Sage-Grouse In Montana

It’s a common assumption that marking fences to increase visibility for upland prairie birds is straightforward and easy. When clipped to the top wire of a fence, the lightweight markers …

Meet Five Species Counting on the Greater Sage-grouse

What’s Good for the Grouse is Good for the Grandeur…

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