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Canada geese in a pond at Pioneers Park in Lincoln, NE.

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A diving duck called a smew (Mergellus albellus), from the Sedgwick County Zoo.

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White faced whistling duck at the Sedgwick County Zoo.

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Cole Sartore warily eyes his father’s catch as they fish on a farm pond in Nebraska.

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Cole Sartore and his grandfather fish in a farm pond near Lincoln, NE.

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A boy and his grandfather go fishing in a Nebraska pond.

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A boy and his grandfather go fishing in a Nebraska pond.

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A boy and his grandfather go fishing in a Nebraska pond.

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A boy and his grandfather go fishing in a Nebraska pond.

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A boy and his grandfather go fishing in a Nebraska pond.

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A boy and his grandfather go fishing in a Nebraska pond.

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A boy and his grandfather go fishing in a Nebraska pond.

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A float plane flies through a region of polygons near Teshekpuk Lake. The strange land formations are caused by a very short thawing cycle in a land that never melts completely. Ducks, geese and shorebirds use this area for breeding each summer.

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Polygon-shaped water formations line the Colville River delta, making it one of the best places in North America for breeding birds.

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Aerial of a big gold mine in Brazil’s Pantanal. Orange tailing ponds ring the mine, which uses mercury to extract the gold.

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Aerial of a big gold mine in Brazil’s Pantanal. Orange tailing ponds ring the mine, which uses mercury to extract the gold.

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Ted Kooser, the 13th Poet Laureate of the United States, at his home near Garland, Nebraska.

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A rancher breaks open a cattle pond on a ten below day near Wild Horse, CO.

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A frog pokes his head above the surface of a farm pond near Lincoln, NE.

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A nutria crosses a frozen pond at Sabine NWR in Louisiana.

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