National Parks Traveler – Birding In The Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve

A light drizzle created a gray sky when my mom and I hopped out of the car at the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve in Kansas. The flint hills rolled all around us, differing shades of green fading in and out of the distance. Though the prairie used to cover 170 million acres, only 4 percent still exists, 11,000 acres of which are within the preserve.

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