Prairie Public Shorts

Remembering Theodore Roosevelt: National Parks

02/10/2020 | 2m 16s | Video has closed captioning.

Theodore Roosevelt was a hunter, but he also held the belief that animals needed to be protected. With the creation of bird reservations, national game preserves, national forests, and countless other conservation projects, Roosevelt was able to protect wildlife from people and people, in turn, from wildlife.

Aired: 02/10/20

Rating: NR

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Prairie Public Shorts is a local public television program presented by Prairie Public.