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118 BLUE MORNING
Nebraska Sandhills. A winter windmill, an ice-covered cattle tank, and brittle hoarfrost are visible through the fog on a chilly Nebraska sandhills morning. The nation's most extensive and intact wetland/grassland system, the 19,300 mile Nebraska Sandhills provide vital habitat for several species of native fish and for birds in the Great Plains Flyway.