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The Flint Hills of Kansas are the core of what’s left of the range of the Greater Prairie-Chicken. The Nature Conservancy has launched a plan to steer wind energy development in Kansas away from the Flint Hills in order to protect prairie-chicken habitat—and the best of what’s left of the tallgrass prairie. Photo by Jonathan Fiely/Cornell Lab of Ornithology Conservation Media.
The Flint Hills of Kansas are the core of what’s left of the range of the Greater Prairie-Chicken. The Nature Conservancy has launched a plan to steer wind energy development in Kansas away from the Flint Hills in order to protect prairie-chicken habitat—and the best of what’s left of the tallgrass prairie. Photo by Jonathan Fiely/Cornell Lab of Ornithology Conservation Media.

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