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Dr. Thomback is gesturing toward a stand of limber pines, which are related to White Bark pines, and she is describing how the limber pines are being killed by blister rust, and beetle killed. She also talks about the relationship with the Clark's Nutcrackers, which disperse seeds. Shots of dying and green limber pine interspersed People looking up at the dead and dying limber pines. More dying limber pine. Tight shot of a limber pine cone. Penny describes the pan up shot of a limber pine dying from blister rust. Shot of Dr. Thomback as she looks through her binoculars at the dying limber pine. Shot of Dr. Thomback as she looks through her binoculars at the dying limber pine. Group standing on the road below the limber pine grove. Wind River Mountains are visible behind the group. Shot of the mountains behind the group, showing significant amount of red trees, or recent beetle kill. Dead Trees in background, green needles and limbs in foreground. Another wide shot of the mountains with the red dying trees among the green. The group walking the mile hike to the Tory camp. From there they will walk up the mountain to observe dying white bark pine trees. Dying pine tree, up close.

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