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"The diversity of wildflowers and grasses found on Audubon's land proves that good stewardship is worth every penny."
"Rowe is a lifesaver for the Sandhill Crane–and Whooping Cranes."
“Every year, I experience a profound sense of wonder. You can't parse wonder. It's an absolute state."
We must act now to preserve what makes Nebraska special. Tallgrass prairie is North America’s most endangered ecosystem, and grassland birds are vanishing with it. Water shortages, drought, and extreme weather and water diversion are the Platte River’s new normal, threatening migrating cranes and nesting terns and plovers.
Restore the river that runs through it The importance of the Platte River watershed cannot be overstated. It is a water source for five million people across three states. It provides vital habitat for wildlife and birds. And it is at a critical juncture where water shortages, drought, and weather extremes are becoming the norm.