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Film - Documentary

“Under the Wire” Film Released by Platte Basin Timelapse

12:00 pm
Virtual Location: Website
Target Audiences:
Mariah Lundgren,
Platte Basin Timelapse’s (PBT) latest film titled, “Under the Wire” will be released on the website as well as their social channels on February 1, 2024. This film features PBT’s co-founder, Michael Forsberg, and was directed by PBT’s project manager, Mariah Lundgren, with cinematography and editing assistance by Grant Reiner and graphics by Sidney Parks.

Pronghorn are endemic to North America and make their home in the high plains and vast sagebrush sea of the American West, and like many ungulate species, their survival relies on the ability to roam freely. They need to be able to migrate across large tracks of ground to avoid bad weather and find food. The North Platte River Valley along the Colorado-Wyoming border is rich with wildlife diversity held mostly in private ownership. The rangelands in this area stewarded by ranchers make ideal habitat for pronghorn and other wildlife species. However, the miles of fences used to keep cattle in pastures are often barriers to the pronghorn’s and other wildlife’s movements.

This is a story about a community of people working together to improve fencelines, so pronghorn and other wildlife can move more freely. It also celebrates the wildlife that call the North Platte River Valley home and the folks living and working on this land to help keep these animals around for generations to come.

Watch the trailer at

When released the full film can be viewed on the PBT website at or on @plattebasin social channels. Additional viewing at live events will be announced at a later date.

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