The Great Plains most valuable resource is its custodians and caretakers. The loss of habitat and ecosystems is now putting them at risk of extermination. It’s time to give them a chance.
Considered one of the last great animal migrations on Earth, the Sandhill cranes stop over in the Central Platte River Valley is unprecedented in scope and size.
SING – A WESTERN MEADOWLARK SINGS OUT ACROSS THE PRARIE SOUTH OF MITCHELL, NEBRASKA – PHOTOGRAPH BY HAWK BUCKMAN