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The ground and most the sagebrush that the pygmy rabbits rely on were charred black.
The metallic-looking, lightweight fabric was scattered, shredded across the gravel and sagebrush of the New Mexico desert.
The final, two-mile haul up the side of the mountain had its advantages - shorter sagebrush, for one - but the climb felt like an eternity to my tired legs.
At 6 a.m. on Tuesday the type 2 Rocky Mountain Area Incident Management Team Black assumed control of the fire, which is burning in sagebrush, pinyon juniper and cheat grass.
The grayscale canyon suddenly transformed into a rainbow of color: deep blue hues on the John Day River, dark reds of the canyon walls, a golden brown blanket of high desert steppe, and the otherworldly green of fresh spring sagebrush.
Set out from the parking area along a wide trail that cuts through sweet-smelling sagebrush.
The landscape mirrors the American Southwest — all buttes and sagebrush.
Good pay for skilled labor is the culture here in Colstrip, a town surrounded by sagebrush that sprung to life in 1924 to provide coal for the locomotives of the Northern Pacific Railway.
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