The Konza Prairie is an 8,600 acre preserve of the largest remaining unplowed, native tallgrass prairie in North America in the Flint Hills of Kansas.  It is home to a variety of species including more than 500 plants, 30 mammals, 200 birds, 30 reptiles and amphibians, and 20 types of fish.  A herd of bison is maintained on the prairie.

Windmill on Konza Prairie_edited-1

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