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Upper Missouri River Breaks in Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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Upper Missouri River Breaks in Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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Upper Missouri River Breaks in Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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Upper Missouri River Breaks in Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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Upper Missouri River Breaks in Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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Scene from the Upper Missouri River Breaks area of the Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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Upper Missouri River Breaks in Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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Upper Missouri River Breaks in Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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Upper Missouri River Breaks in Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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Upper Missouri River Breaks in Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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Upper Missouri River Breaks in Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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Upper Missouri River Breaks in Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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Sagebrush at the Upper Missouri River Breaks in Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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Sagebrush at the Upper Missouri River Breaks in Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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Upper Missouri River Breaks in Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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Upper Missouri River Breaks in Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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Upper Missouri River Breaks in Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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A car passes through Charles M. Russell NWR in Montana.

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A sign on the edge of Charles M. Russell NWR, Montana.

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A boot hanging up to dry at Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge in Montana.

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A boot hanging up to dry at Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge in Montana.

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A boot hanging up to dry at Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge in Montana.

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Biologist investigating blowout penstemon, an endangered plant, on the Valentine NWR in Nebraska.

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A volunteer displays native prairie seeds collected from the Polk City (IA) cemetery to restore the nearby Walnut CreekNWR. The cemetery is one of the few remaining stands of virgin prairie in Iowa.

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Volunteers collect native prairie seed from the Polk City (IA) cemetery to restore the nearby Walnut Creek NWR. The cemetery is one of the few remaining stands of virgin prairie in Iowa.

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Volunteers collect native prairie seed from the Polk City (IA) cemetery to restore the nearby Walnut Creek NWR. The cemetery is one of the few remaining stands of virgin prairie in Iowa.

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Volunteers collect native prairie seed from the Polk City (IA) cemetery to restore the nearby Walnut Creek NWR. The cemetery is one of the few remaining stands of virgin prairie in Iowa.

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Volunteers collect native prairie seed from the Polk City (IA) cemetery to restore the nearby Walnut Creek NWR. The cemetery is one of the few remaining stands of virgin prairie in Iowa.

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Volunteers collect native prairie seed from the Polk City (IA) cemetery to restore the nearby Walnut Creek NWR. The cemetery is one of the few remaining stands of virgin prairie in Iowa.

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Volunteers collect native prairie seed from the Polk City (IA) cemetery to restore the nearby Walnut Creek NWR. The cemetery is one of the few remaining stands of virgin prairie in Iowa.

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Volunteers collect native prairie seed from the Polk City (IA) cemetery to restore the nearby Walnut Creek NWR. The cemetery is one of the few remaining stands of virgin prairie in Iowa.

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Volunteers collect native prairie seed from the Polk City (IA) cemetery to restore the nearby Walnut Creek NWR. The cemetery is one of the few remaining stands of virgin prairie in Iowa.

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