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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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The Amargosa niterwort (endangered) is one of several plants that have adapted to the highly alkaline soils in Ash Meadows NWR.

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The Amargosa niterwort (endangered) is one of several plants that have adapted to the highly alkaline soils in Ash Meadows NWR.

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The Ash Meadows ivesia (endangered) is one of several plants that are adapted to the highly alkaline soils in Ash Meadows NWR.

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The Amargosa niterwort (endangered) is one of several plants that have adapted to the highly alkaline soils in Ash Meadows NWR.

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The threatened Ash Meadows sunray, one of several plants that are adapted to the highly alkaline soils in Ash Meadows NWR.

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The bear paw poppy (candidate) is one of several plants that are adapted to the highly alkaline soils in Ash Meadows NWR.

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Close-up of the Ash Meadows milk vetch, a threatened species. Ash Meadows NWR is an alkaline desert ecosystem and home to many rare species.

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The threatened Ash Meadows sunray, one of several plants that are adapted to the highly alkaline soils in Ash Meadows NWR.

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Close-up of the Ash Meadows milk vetch, a threatened species. Ash Meadows NWR is an alkaline desert ecosystem and home to many rare species.

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Sunflowers near the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, MT.

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The Western prairie fringed orchid, a threatened plant species in the Nebraska Sandhills. The insect shown is a non-pollinating beetle.

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The Western prairie fringed orchid, a threatened plant species in the Nebraska Sandhills.

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The Western prairie fringed orchid, a threatened plant species in the Nebraska Sandhills. The insect shown is a non-pollinating beetle.

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The Western prairie fringed orchid, a threatened plant species in the Nebraska Sandhills.

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The Western prairie fringed orchid, a threatened plant species in the Nebraska Sandhills. The insect shown is a non-pollinating beetle.

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The Western prairie fringed orchid, a threatened plant species in the Nebraska Sandhills.

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Longhorn cattle drive at Ft. Niobrara NWR near Valentine, NE.

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Longhorn cattle drive at Ft. Niobrara NWR near Valentine, NE.

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Longhorn cattle drive at Ft. Niobrara NWR near Valentine, NE.

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Longhorn cattle drive at Ft. Niobrara NWR near Valentine, NE.

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Longhorn cattle drive at Ft. Niobrara NWR near Valentine, NE.

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Longhorn cattle drive at Ft. Niobrara NWR near Valentine, NE.

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Longhorn cattle drive at Ft. Niobrara NWR near Valentine, NE.

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Longhorn cattle drive at Ft. Niobrara NWR near Valentine, NE.

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Longhorn cattle drive at Ft. Niobrara NWR near Valentine, NE.

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