Wellington McPherson Lowlands

Location of region within the state: 


Sample of things you would see if you visit this region of the state: 
Photo captions from the gray box on the wall panel are re-created below: 

SUMMER STORM CLOUD OVER HAYFIELD. James Nedresky
GRASS/WINTER WHEAT. Larry Schwarm. Spencer Museum of Art, The University of Kansas, Museum purchase: Elmer F. Pierson Fund, 1989.0102
BLACK SWALLOWTAIL BUTTERFLY (Papilio polyxenes) ON A PRAIRIE BLAZING STAR (Liatris pycnostachya). Ron Kaufman, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks & Tourism.
RED-TAILED HAWKS (Buteo jamaicensis). The state's most common hawk is often seen soaring above open fields. Rich Keen, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
BEEF CATTLE GRAZING. The state's cattle population is twice the human census. Kansas Beef Council.
BLOCK OF HALITE OR SALT, KANSAS SALT MINE. Elements Unearthed.


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