Great Yellowstone Thaw

Wednesdays at 9 p.m. beginning June 21 on Western Reserve PBS

Witness one of the greatest seasonal changes on planet Earth in the stunning new three-part series GREAT YELLOWSTONE THAW, co-produced with BBC.

Filmed over the course of several intense months, from deep winter to early summer, the series intercuts the stories of several different animal families—including wolves, bison, grizzlies, beavers and great gray owls. The series follows the animals in the Yellowstone ecosystem as they emerge from winter’s cold and adapt to an early spring thaw, before encountering the soaring summer temperatures. From winter to summer, Yellowstone’s temperature typically swings 140 degrees.


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Lower Falls of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone National Park
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