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Snapshots

  1. Stealth Bomber

    Snapshot Title: Stealth Bomber
    Taken by: John Toeppen

    Image: Endless Trails
    Image Owner: John Toeppen



    Description:

    or the same turkey vulture being tracked across the field.



  2. TurkeyVulture

    Snapshot Title: TurkeyVulture
    Taken by: John Toeppen

    Image: Endless Trails
    Image Owner: John Toeppen



    Description:

    These can have a wingspan of three feet and stay aloft without flapping their wings



  3. Cattle

    Snapshot Title: Cattle
    Taken by: John Toeppen

    Image: Endless Trails
    Image Owner: John Toeppen



    Description:

    The processing of grasses into cow pies reduces wildfires. Over grazing reduces the success of new oaks. Balance is important.



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    Taken by: Sarah Runcie

    Image: Endless Trails
    Image Owner: John Toeppen



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    Taken by: Sarah Runcie

    Image: Endless Trails
    Image Owner: John Toeppen



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    Snapshot Title: ?
    Taken by: Sarah Runcie

    Image: Endless Trails
    Image Owner: John Toeppen



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    Taken by: Sarah Runcie

    Image: Endless Trails
    Image Owner: John Toeppen



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    Taken by: Sarah Runcie

    Image: Endless Trails
    Image Owner: John Toeppen



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    Taken by: Sarah Runcie

    Image: Endless Trails
    Image Owner: John Toeppen



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    Snapshot Title: ?
    Taken by: Sarah Runcie

    Image: Endless Trails
    Image Owner: John Toeppen



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  11. Wind Farms

    Snapshot Title: Wind Farms
    Taken by: John Toeppen

    Image: Endless Trails
    Image Owner: John Toeppen



    Description:

    These are a great way for us to get our power. The wind itself is free, and the cost to capture it is returned 50x over a forty year period.