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Topeka shiners (Notropis topeka) at the University of Kansas Field Station. (US: Endangered)

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Topeka shiners (Notropis topeka) at the University of Kansas Field Station. (US: Endangered)

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Topeka shiners (Notropis topeka) at the University of Kansas Field Station. (US: Endangered)

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Topeka shiners (Notropis topeka) at the University of Kansas Field Station. (US: Endangered)

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Topeka shiners (Notropis topeka) at the University of Kansas Field Station. (US: Endangered)

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A man leads fellow grouse watchers away from a school bus that’s used as a sharp tail grouse viewing blind.

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A client of Mission Wolf, a non-profit that adopts wolf-dog hybrids when they become too much for their owners to handle, during a presentation to school children in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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A client of Mission Wolf, a non-profit that adopts wolf-dog hybrids when they become too much for their owners to handle, during a presentation to school children in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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A girl gets off the bus and into a muddy driveway in McCool Junction, NE.

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A lone girl rides the school bus in Point Lay, one of the most remote villages on the Slope. Though the town is only a few blocks long and very few kids use it, government fundingprovides a bus and a driver.

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Grade school children look at Sequoyah, an imature southern bald eagle at the Southern Avian Research Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

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Grade school children observe a bald eagle chick at the Sutton Avian Research Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. The center is raising birds in captivity as part of the southern bald eagle recovery project.

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Grade school children observe a bald eagle chick at the Sutton Avian Research Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. The center is raising birds in captivity as part of the southern bald eagle recovery project.

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Grade school children look at Sequoyah, an imature southern bald eagle at the Southern Avian Research Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

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Grade school children observe a bald eagle chick at the Sutton Avian Research Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. The center is raising birds in captivity as part of the southern bald eagle recovery project.

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