[Tweeters] Fwd: Premiering tonight on PBS - The Sagebrush Sea

Dan Reiff notcalm at comcast.net
Wed May 20 14:38:16 PDT 2015


Tweeters,
See message below from Cornell.
PBS this evening: Nature.
Should be great.
Dan Reiff
Mercer Island

Sent from my iPhone

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> From: Cornell Lab of Ornithology <cornellbirds at cornell.edu>

> Date: May 20, 2015 at 9:54:46 AM PDT

> To: <notcalm at comcast.net>

> Subject: Premiering tonight on PBS - The Sagebrush Sea

> Reply-To: Cornell Lab of Ornithology <cornellbirds at cornell.edu>

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> Watch 'The Sagebrush Sea' tonight on PBS Nature at 8/7c

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> Dear Friend,

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> It’s sometimes called "The Big Empty," but it’s actually full of life—including one of the most spectacular dancing birds in North America.

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> Watch or set your DVR for your local PBS station to watch the Cornell Lab of Ornithology documentary “The Sagebrush Sea” tonight on PBS Nature at 8/7c (check local listings). This one-hour film explores the diversity of life throughout the sagebrush ecosystem through the eyes of the Greater Sage-Grouse, a bird that performs a fantastical, chest-puffing mating display and then disappears into the sage with a burst of fluttering wings. Watch the trailer for a sneak peek.

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> Produced over three years by the Cornell Lab’s multimedia productions program, “The Sagebrush Sea” is the untold story of a species, its wild neighbors, and the incredible ecosystem in which more than 350 species thrive.

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> Full-scale documentaries like this one are only possible thanks to the Cornell Lab's generous network of members and donors. Thank you for helping make The Sagebrush Sea a reality.

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> John W. Fitzpatrick

> Executive Director

> Cornell Lab of Ornithology

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