Sage Thrasher Chick

Pinedale Anticline, Wyoming

Researcher Dr. Tracey Johnson holds a sage thrasher nestling, which was promptly returned to the nest. Sage thrashers are a sagebrush obligate species - they are obligated to breed and raise their broods in sagebrush and are threatened by development. Here, in the Pinedale Anticline natural gas field, Drs. Tracey Johnson and Anna Chalfoun are researching impacts to obligate species: sage thrasher, sagebrush sparrow, and Brewer's sparrow from predation by small mammals that thrive in disturbed habitat. The imperiled sagebrush ecosystem faces many threats and this study will provide important data about sagebrush songbirds.
Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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