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Several people have asked for a different version of the 30 second video I posted earlier today. If you’re one of those viewers who wants more time to enjoy each image, try this 3 minute version.
I frequently give presentations on prairies to various groups of people. With some audiences, I discuss fairly technical strategies for prairie restoration or management. Often, however, my primary goal is to introduce my audience to the idea that prairies are … Continue reading
Karen Hamburger, a longtime volunteer with us, recently passed along another batch of trail camera video clips from our Derr Wetland Restoration. You might remember seeing some of her video in an earlier post. This time, much of her footage was … Continue reading
Our friends at Platte Basin Timelapse (PBT) created a very nice radio piece about our restoration work that aired on NET Radio (Nebraska Educational Telecommunications) today. The link below includes that audio, along with a transcript and short video … Continue reading
One of my favorite places within our Platte River Prairies is a restored wetland we usually call “the sandpit wetland” because it is a former sand and gravel mining pit. We restored the site over about 10 years, a little … Continue reading
Regular readers of The Prairie Ecologist are familiar with our timelapse photography project at The Nature Conservancy’s Niobrara Valley Preserve. With the help of Moonshell Media, we set up nine timelapse cameras to capture the recovery of the Preserve from … Continue reading
March is always a busy time on Nebraska’s Platte River. It’s the beginning of prime prescribed fire season, of course, and a good time to work on fence repair and tree clearing projects. But there’s no question that sandhill cranes … Continue reading
A couple weeks ago, I posted about the documentary based on Michael Forsberg’s book on The Great Plains. It premiered on Nebraska Public Television stations last week, and it was even better than I’d expected. Hopefully, most of you who … Continue reading
If you live in Nebraska, you’re in for a treat next week. You’ll have three opportunities to watch the premiere of The Great Plains, the television documentary of conservation photographer Michael Forsberg and the process of making his most recent book. … Continue reading