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In this issue, Justin Hayworth turns his lens on the meadows of the Conard Environmental Research Area.
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In his compositions, Iowa State University photography professor Steven Herrnstadt mines place for haunted and haunting resonances.
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This photographer has parlayed a lifetime passion for the natural world into a body of vivid photographic work.
Multimedia

Featured in this issue: the Bald Eagle, the Cedar Waxwing, the Sand Hill Crane, and the Short-eared Owl.
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Whether his subject is a blossom, a butterfly, or a prairie sky, this photographer's lens restores him to the fascination of childhood.
by Larry Stone
Interview

Linda Omaña, a member of our editorial staff, sat down with the photographer when he was on Grinnell College’s campus.
by Linda Omaña
Multimedia

Featured in this issue: the bobolink, the burrowing owl, the dickcissel, and Henslow's sparrow. Add them to your Life List.
by Jane Carlson
Photography

The work of this Connecticut-based photographer has frequently found its way onto our pages. Take a look at his work to see why.
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Our regular contributor's photos take us from the micro to the macro.
by Justin Hayworth
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The seasons can be starkly different on the prairie, as this Chilean photographer found.
by Oliver Muñoz
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Our regular contributor gave us an image of the Conard Environmental Research Area in high summer.
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For this issue, our regular contributor focused his camera on two butterfly species and a quartet of "Birds of the Prairie."
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This photographer, used to taking pictures of the crowded streetscapes of home, tries his hand at the prairie.
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In this issue, our regular contributor turned to one of his smaller subjects: Asters.
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Our regular contributor focused his camera on a white tail buck, a squirrel, and--as ever--on four Birds of the Prairie.
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This photographer's images explore the tension between people and the land they inhabit.
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This photographer's images of the living prairie move easily from the micro to the macro.
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This nature photographer provided us with the perfect photographs to accompany John Whittaker's personal essay.
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This photographer is a compusive creator whose main complaint about the Midwest prairie is its absence of waterfalls.
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This retired teacher spends time in a much larger classroom these days, as his picture demonstrates.
by John Clayton
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This Iowa Essayist--whose work we featured in our last issue--is also a striking photographer, as these images of the Dakota plains show.
by Sebastian Braun
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This Minnesota photographer has contributed some stunning images to past issues. In this issue, his focus is a critically endangered bird.
by Bruce Leventhal
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What's the best way to find out how "community" is defined where you live? Ask the local kids to make a mural.
by Kaitie Hess
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In this issue, we're adding an intimate portrait to the suite of Keith Kozloff photos we've published in Volume IV, issue 1.
by Keith Kozloff
Closeup

Two artists, born decades apart and working in entirely different mediums, found common ground in prairie wildflowers.
by Cornelia Clarke and Lydia Krueger Curtis
Essay

During the yearly migration, an astonishing forty-five percent of all North American shorebirds pass through this Kansas marsh.
by Alicia DeHaan
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Keith Kozloff discovered a trove of his old black-and-white negatives from the 1970s in an old shoe box. Take a look at this selection.
by Keith Kozloff
Closeup

To depict ecological change in the American landscape, this artist brings together paints, drawing materials and altered photographs.
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We're featuring two photographs, both taken at Grinnell College's Conard Environmental Research Area, by our frequent contributor.
by Jun Taek Lee
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This Twin-cities photographer looked south for the images in this Closeup, to the small Iowa town of Belmond.
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This issue features two more of our regular contributor's incomparable wildlife portraits.
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This Minnesota photographer introduced our readers to his work in Vol. IV, #2. He contributed two more images of wildlife to this issue.
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Our new contributor is a high school biology instructor who teaches to travel, travels to teach, and takes his camera along.
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It's clear this image by our former Associate Editor is a Midwestern graveyard: a cornfield in the background, an endless blue sky above.
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Our frequent contributor's lens found Keokuk's iconic power station on the Mississippi River for this issue.
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This photographer is providing her second backdrop for our table of contents: staghorn sumac at Neal Smith National Wildlife Preserve.
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This first-time contributor's photo makes use of a familiar Midwestern setting: the shorn cornfield.
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This first-time contributor provided some beautiful--and beautifully appropriate--images for the essay written by his friend, Alicia DeHaan.
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This photographer--orginally from Hawaii--found inspiration in the autumn prairie fields.
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John Lawrence Hanson contributed a photo to this issue. We ran his essay "Obedience and Resistance" in Volume III, Issue 2, Spring 2017.
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Two of our perennial contributor's images focus on two types of migration in this issue: human and wildlife.
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This new contributor's images backdrop this issue's table of contents, and intimately depict one of the prairie's most important pollinators
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Vegetables, very tall trees, and roadtrip views are the subject's this first-time contributor provided for this issue.
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This Cedar Rapids, Iowa, photographer found his image in the "magic time just after the sun sets before it is truly dark."