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November-December 2014

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Featuring grass-topped rolling dunes, speckled with ponds and wetlands, and cut by meandering rivers, the Sandhills region of Nebraska ranks among the world's little-known landscapes of subtle, pristine beauty. Geologically young, winds deposited the base of today's landscape beginning roughly 13,000 years ago.

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