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Cheyenne Bottoms great natural resource

Cheyenne Bottoms is a wetlands of international importance, attracting visitors from across the world.
The only natural flock of endangered whooping cranes in the U.S. flies through Cheyenne Bottoms during the spring and fall.
Hundreds of thousands of water fowl will rest in their flight north at Cheyenne Bottoms in a spectacular sight unique to this region this month and over the next couple of months.
The Kansas Wetlands Education Center is particularly informative about this natural resource and is definitely worth the few minutes drive to learn about Cheyenne Bottoms.
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