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Sandhill Cranes, Platte River // Photograph by Joel Sartore // Half a million sandhill cranes pause on the Platte River in Nebraska to fatten up on corn waste, worms, and other food in nearby fields. The break occurs on their spring flight from Mexico and the southern U.S. to breeding grounds in the far north.

Sami woman herder, Berit Logje with her reindeer herd before spring migration. Kautokeino. North Norway: Kautokeino, Norwegian Lapland: Arctic & Antarctic photographs, pictures & images from Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography.

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America's Most Scenic Roads

Highway 2, Nebraska. Sandhills (grass-covered sand dunes) make up nearly one-fourth of Nebraska, undulating in slow hypnotic curves as far as the eye can see.

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Italy Picture – Travel Photo - National Geographic Photo of the Day

Spent 4 nights in Florence but never ventured out to see the rolling hills...

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New Mexico Photo – Landscape Wallpaper – National Geographic Photo of the Day

Snow Geese

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South Dakota Photo – Sky Wallpaper – National Geographic Photo of the Day

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Park, South Dakota Photograph by Jack Dykinga, National Geographic A glacial remnant boulder is surrounded by grassland in Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Park in South Dakota. A growing number of tribes across the United States are making moves to bring back land crushed over generations of human use.