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Subject:Re: "Wild Miss issippi—De ep Freeze" tonight—F eatures Sa x-Zim Grea t Grays
From:Crownhart, Rachel
Reply-To:Crownhart, Rachel
Date:Tue, 21 Feb 2012 14:27:25 -0600
Content-Type:text/plain

Can I find this episode online somewhere?  
 
Sent from my iPad  
 
On Feb 12, 2012, at 10:20 AM, "sparky stensaas" <sparkystensaas@HOTMAIL.COM> wrote: 
 
> Tonight (Sunday) on the National Geographic Channel (NatGeo WILD) 
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> This episode will feature some Great Gray footage shot in Sax-Zim Bog last winter...Filmmakers Neil & Laura Rettig shot on the coldest day of the year in Sax-Zim... Minus 36 degrees! They spent about a week filming.  
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> Some of their Great Gray footage shot along McDavitt Road and CR133 will be included tonight. 
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> Their super slow motion footage  shot on Creek Road of another Great Gray Owl will be shown next year in another production...I will keep you posted! 
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> Wild Mississippi: Deep Freeze 
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> Sunday, February 12, at 7 p.m. CST 
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> NatGeo WILD travels to the starting point of the mighty Mississippi River — 
> Lake Itasca in Minnesota, where the 2,350-mile journey to the Gulf of  
> Mexico begins.  Harsh cannot begin to describe the winter in this  
> region, where temperatures reach 33° below zero.  Survival strategies  
> are as numerous as the creatures that live here, such as beavers,  
> bobcats and gray wolves.  We’ll capture migrating bald eagles as they  
> prepare for the bitter cold and watch a pack of wolves hunt for deer and 
> porcupine, beavers feverishly work to make dens, and the vole, a  
> creature similar to a mouse, create tunnels beneath the snow to scavenge 
> for food.  It is truly a test of survival of the fittest in this  
> freezing cold wilderness.  
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> Sparky Stensaas  
> 2515 Garthus Road  
> Wrenshall, MN 55797  
> 218.341.3350 cell  
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> www.ThePhotoNaturalist.com 
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> www.SaxZim.org 
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