Saving Our Sagebrush Sea, Sage-Grouse, and Other Western Wildlife

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Saving Our Sagebrush Sea, Sage-Grouse, and Other Western Wildlife

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Dancing sage-grouse and grazing pronghorn antelope are keen reminders of an iconic land and important wildlife that are in urgent need of protection. When greater sage-grouse are at risk, their home is in trouble—including more than 350 other species that live in the Western sagebrush habitat. Experts explain why we must follow science-based plans to save this land, these animals, and a cherished Western way of life.

Learn more about why the sage-grouse must be saved: www.pewtrusts.org/sage-grouse.

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