Prairie


View of Browning, Montana on highway 2 overlooking the prairie and east of Glacier National Park

View of Browning, Montana on highway 2 overlooking the prairie and east of Glacier National Park

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A small farm town view on the Montana prairie

A small farm town view on the Montana prairie

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Prairie Dogs are highly social and live in large colonies that span several acres.

Prairie Dogs are highly social and live in large colonies that span several acres.

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The south end of Freezout Lake can be seen from U.S. Hwy 89 at Fairfield, Montana with the Prairie and Rocky Mountains in the distance

The south end of Freezout Lake can be seen from U.S. Hwy 89 at Fairfield, Montana with the Prairie and Rocky Mountains in the distance.

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Red Angus cattle located on farms on Colorado prairie land

Red Angus cattle located on farms on Colorado prairie land

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This is a view of the prairie and Longs Peak at 14,259 feet in Rocky Mountain National Park from near Johnstown, Colorada

This is a view of the prairie and Longs Peak at 14,259 feet in Rocky Mountain National Park from near Johnstown, Colorado

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The duck blind can be seen after the first freeze and snow on Mallard Lake at the Wehr Nature Center.

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After the first freeze and snow, the early morning sunshine sweeps across Mallard Lake at the Wehr Nature Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The air was nippy, the snow and ice were crisp, the geese were gone, and it was bone-chilling quiet in the cold. Everyone sat in their car, with the motor running, as they sipped their hot drink and watched the view. I stood in the cold and took these panoramic views. It only took a moment.

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