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A sharp-tailed grouse (Tympanuchus phasianellus) on a ranch in the Nebraska Sandhills.

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A white-tailed jackrabbit (Lepus townsendii) on a ranch in the Nebraska Sandhills.

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A ringneck pheasant (Phasianus colchicus) out in a field on a ranch in the Nebraska Sandhills.

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A ringneck pheasant (Phasianus colchicus) on a ranch in the Nebraska Sandhills.

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A truck prepares to drive through some ranch land in the Nebraska Sandhills.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear, but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear, but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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This was once the place where Lewis and Clark first saw a grizzly bear but it is now a corn field. More than 100 years ago the pioneers eradicated the grizzly bear to create farmland.

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Cumulus clouds drift slowly across a Nebraska cornfield.

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Cumulus clouds drift slowly across a Nebraska cornfield.

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Headlights and moonlight illuminate a field in Nebraska.

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Wild goldenrod grows amongst the cornfields of Nebraska.

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Wild flowers grow along the fringes of a cornfield in Nebraska.

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Biologist scout for federally-endangered birds at Kissemmee Prarie State Park.

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A vulnerable (IUCN) and federally threatened Florida scrub jay (Aphelocoma coerulescens) happily rests on a woman’s head.

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A member of a banding crew looks for the federally endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow (Ammodramus maritimus mirabilis). This bird is down to about 2,000 individuals and declining. Nearly all of this species is found within the Everglades National Park in southern Florida.

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