Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve Photography Gallery

Family on the Scenic Overlook Trail
Flint Hills During the Winter Season
Native Grass and Plant Stems
Bison Herd in Tallgrass Hills
Native Grasses in Winter
Resting Bison Along Trail
Scenic Overlook Trail in Winter
Mud Puddle Along Trail
Flint and Limestone on Hilltop
Hikers on Scenic Overlook Trail
Pond Below Hills

Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve Information

The Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve is located in the Flint Hills of eastern Kansas, protecting one of the most vital last remaining growths of tallgrass prairie. The preserve protects only four percent of the tallgrass prairie's historic range, stretching across the Great Plains of the North American continent. Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve is managed by both the National Park Service and the Nature Conservancy, as well as private land that maintains an interest in preserving the land. Over forty miles of trails can be found within the preserve, winding around the Flint Hills, and offering visitors a chance to see wild bison in their historic range.

11 total photos in this gallery

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