00:07 Big Hole National Battlefield at the end of the day when the curtain closes 00:11 visitors leave and the staff go home, the battlefield transforms into a different 00:16 kind of a landscape, a nighttime landscape 00:18 and its part of the wildness of this place. A new cast of characters 00:23 come out, the nighttime animals go about their business 00:26 many of them following the same trails that 00:30 that we use during the day. 00:34 The battlefield landscape is a very powerful evocative landscape. 00:40 This is a place of great tragedy where the US government 00:45 and the Nez Perce people were engaged in combat, many people died. 00:55 The solitude, the serenity is integral 00:59 to feeling and sensing the events that occurred here 01:02 one century ago. The landscape looks very much like it did in 1877. 01:09 It's a wild place. 01:12 At nighttime we have wild creatures that are too shy to be seen during the day. 01:24 We know they're there, we sense that they're out there when we're walking the landscape 01:28 even during the day.