The Beast of Our Time

Save the Yellowstone Grizzly has released a new film titled The Beast of Our Time: Climate Change and Grizzly Bears narrated by Jeff Bridges and and scored by Bill Payne of Little Feat.  Round River is pleased to share the premiere, embedded below.   From the Save the Yellowstone Grizzly website: The 28-minute documentary is an unflinching…

Grizzly Country Film

Round River is pleased to be a nonprofit partner for the new short film Grizzly Country featuring Doug Peacock, Round River’s co-founder and longtime board chair.  Film by Ben Moon and Peak Design The full film can be viewed here: GRIZZLY COUNTRY For more information: savetheyellowstonegrizzly.org View the film trailer: GRIZZLY COUNTRY Trailer from Ben Moon on Vimeo.

Celebrities Unite to Save the Yellowstone Grizzly

Celebrities Unite to Save the Yellowstone Grizzly August 24, 2016 A star-studded coalition of scientists, authors, movie stars and conservationists has launched a media campaign and petition to convince President Barack Obama to take executive action, overruling an agency proposal to take the Yellowstone grizzly bear off the Endangered Species list. Esteemed scientists Jane Goodall,…

Save the Yellowstone Grizzly Campaign

A star-studded coalition of scientists, authors, movie stars and conservationists has launched a media campaign and petition to convince President Barack Obama to take executive action, overruling an agency proposal to take the Yellowstone grizzly bear off the Endangered Species list.   Esteemed scientists Jane Goodall, George B. Schaller, Michael Soule, and Edward O. Wilson…

Open Letter to President Obama

April 29, 2016   The President The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington, D.C. 20500   Dear President Obama: We are writing to thank you for your leadership on climate change and to ask for your help: Yellowstone grizzly bears are in grave danger. Your administration has regrettably taken steps to strip the bear’s federal…

Help Save Yellowstone’s Bears

Dear friends-  As you probably know, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed to strip Yellowstone’s grizzly bears of protection under the Endangered Species Act, and open the population up to hunting. The FWS states, astonishingly, that climate change does not constitute a threat now, or in the future, to grizzly bears. I would…