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An elementary age girl smiles with her parents in the background.

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An elementary age girl smiles while holding her parents’ hands.

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A boy sits on the stairs at his home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A federally endangered yellow-footed rock wallaby (Petrogale xanthopus) cautiously investigates a woman.

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A mother and her two young sons at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Miss Sandy Hill, a federally endangered Mississippi sandhill crane (Grus canadensis pulla), at the Audubon Center for Research of Endangered Species. Only 110 of this sandhill crane subspecies exists in the wild. Only another 45 birds are in captivity.

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Portrait of co-directors of Conservation Fisheries, a native stream fish breeding center.

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Red knot (Calidris canutus ssp. rufa), a candidate species for listing due to a rapid decline in population. The bird is dependent on one food during it’s northward migration: horseshoe crab eggs. Overfishing of the crabs has led a dramatic the decline of both knots and crabs. This bird was captured as part of a banding study by the Delaware Bay Shorebird Project.

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Red knot (Calidris canutus ssp. rufa), a candidate species for listing due to a rapid decline in population. The bird is dependent on one food during it’s northward migration: horseshoe crab eggs. Overfishing of the crabs has led a dramatic the decline of both knots and crabs. This bird was captured as part of a banding study by the Delaware Bay Shorebird Project.

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A woman carrying a white pelican (Pelecanus erythrorhynchos) through her garage.

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A young boy stands proudly in his treehouse at his home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A young boy kneels proudly in his treehouse at his home in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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