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A greater flamingo (Phoenicopterus roseus) named Pauly, age 15, at the LA Zoo.

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A vulnerable Steller’s sea eagle (Haliaeetus pelagicus pelagicus) at the LA Zoo.

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A bateleur eagle (Terathopius ecaudatus) at the LA Zoo.

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A bateleur eagle (Terathopius ecaudatus) at the LA Zoo.

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An Australian barn-owl (Tyto alba delicatula) at Healesville Sanctuary.

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A long-billed corella (Cacatua tenuirostris) at the Healesville Sanctuary.

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The opening spread of the article “The Ghost Bird” about the ivory-billed woodpecker, in the December, 2006 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photos.

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The opening spread for “Great Migrations” from the November, 2010 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photograph of bison in South Dakota.

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The opening spread for the article “Silent Streams,” about endangered freshwater species, from the April, 2010 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photograph of biologists searching for fish.

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The opening spread for an article on America’s State Fairs, featuring photographs by Joel Sartore, from the July, 2009 issue of National Geographic magazine.

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The opening spread of the article “The Driest Place on Earth” about the Atacama Desert, in the August, 2003 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photos.

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The opening spread for the article, “All Fired Up,” about coal bed methane drilling, from the July, 2005 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photographs.

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The opening spread of the article “The Wild Wet” about Brazilian Pantanal, in the August, 2005 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photos.

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The opening spread of the article, “Last One” about America’s endangered species, from the January, 2009 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photograph of an ocelot.

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The opening spread of the article “Sanctuary: US National Wildlife Refuges” in the October, 1996 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photos.

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The opening spread of the article “Return of the Gray Wolf” in the May, 1998 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photos.

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The opening spread of the article “Nebraska: Standing Tall Again” in the November, 1998 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photos.

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The opening spread of the article “Last Ones” about the Attwater’s prairie-chicken, in the March, 2002 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photos.

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The opening spread of the article “Federal Lands” in the February, 1994 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photos.

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The opening spread of the article “Boston” in the July, 1994 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photos.

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The opening spread of the article “Utah” in the January, 1996 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photos.

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The opening spread of the article “Tex-Mex” in the February, 1996 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photos.

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The opening spread of the article “America’s Third Coast” in the July, 1992 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photos.

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The opening spread of the article “Eagles on the Rise” in the November, 1992 issue of National Geographic magazine, featuring Joel Sartore’s photos.

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Thousands of sandhill cranes (Grus canadensis) roost on the Platte River during their annual migratory stopover at the Rowe Audubon Sanctuary near Gibbon, NE. With water in the river fully appropriated for urban areas and agriculture, many wonder how long it will be until the river runs dry. Some 600,000 to 800,000 cranes use just a few miles of the river in central Nebraska–areas that have been been mechanically cleared of the woody vegetation that the birds can’t tolerate.

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A horned puffin (Fratercula corniculata) on St. Paul Island (Pribilofs), part of the Alaska Maritime NWR.

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A horned puffin (Fratercula corniculata) on St. Paul Island (Pribilofs), part of the Alaska Maritime NWR.

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A peregrine falcon flies above Alaska’s North Slope.

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A peregrine falcon flies above Alaska’s North Slope.

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A peregrine falcon flies above Alaska’s North Slope.

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A Peale’s peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus pealei) at Reptile Gardens near Rapid City, South Dakota.

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