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GPT Photo of the Week

The burrowing owl is native to the Great Plains as well as other areas.  It operates during the day and sometimes runs to catch its prey. Its habitat in many areas is threatened by development. Advertisements

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GPT Photo of the Week

The Black Footed Ferret (BFF) is your Best Friend Forever, but they’re endangered. Here’s one way to help:  http://www.prairiewildlife.org/top5gs.html

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GPT – Photo of the Week

Which way to go?  This is near the towns of, well, Bison and Buffalo, South Dakota.  The trail runs through Buffalo.  By the way, the proper scientific term is the American Bison, but the word buffalo has a long history … Continue reading

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GPT – Photo of the Week

One of my favorite spots along the trail.  This is deep in the badlands on the Bison Trail between Toadstool Geologic Park and Hudson-Meng Bison Bonebed, Nebraska.

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GPT Photo of the Week

This week’s photo is from Colorado.  This is from deep in the badlands canyons of Paint Mines Interpretive Park northeast of Colorado Springs.

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Announcing the GPTA Founder’s Club

I know.  I know.  I know what you’re thinking and you’re not wrong.  Fundraising is as popular as a blizzard in April.  I get it. That said, GPTA is actually excited to launch our first real fundraising campaign.  Why? Because … Continue reading

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GPT Photo of the week: Pawnee Buttes

Northeast Colorado contains some interesting features in the Pawnee National Grassland.  They are generally referred to as the Pawnee Buttes and they rise 200-300 feet about the surrounding country.  There’s a nice trail leading to them, and they are really … Continue reading

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