Yosemite and Climate Change with Wildlife Filmmaker Joe Pontecorvo

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In this episode, we speak with filmmaker Joe Pontecorvo, producer of the recent NATURE film “Yosemite”. As the name suggests, Joe’s film is about Yosemite National Park, one of America’s oldest parks nestled in the Sierra Nevada mountain range of California. The film features a diverse cast of animal characters including rabbit-like pikas, big horn sheep and peregrine falcons as well as giant sequoias, the largest trees in the world. Filmed during the end of a historic drought which killed 100 million trees across California, "Yosemite" looks at how global climate change might affect the many species that call the park home.

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