A coyote wanders along the edge of Indian Pond, near Fishing Bridge in Yellowstone National Park. (Ruffin Prevost/WyoFile – click to enlarge)

Out of Yellowstone film screening in Cody

The Nature Conservancy is hosting a screening in Cody on Thursday of a short film focusing on winter range in Yellowstone National Park. Here are the details:

Out of Yellowstone is a brief documentary that shares the untold and often overlooked story of the critical importance of winter range for wildlife in the Greater Yellowstone.

This visually stunning film highlights the voices of those working to save Yellowstone’s magnificent herds: ranchers, conservationists, scientists and others. Together, these sometimes unlikely partners are forging a new way for conservation to work in this rapidly developing region.

Out of Yellowstone Film Screening
June 02, 2011
5 p.m.
Cody Auditorium
Cody, Wyoming

For those of you who couldn’t make it to the screening, here’s an online version of the short film “Out of Yellowstone.”

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  1. Beautiful and vivid film that makes one long for NW Wyoming. Joe Picket country for sure.