Back in June, Kim and I stopped at the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve on our way home from Houston. I haven’t had much time for photography this week, so I looked back and grabbed some photos from the our day in Kansas. If you’ve never been, I highly recommend the trip. There is a wonderful visitor’s center and bison are easy to see, either via hiking trail or bus tour. It is also a great place to see patch-burn grazing (with cattle) within the context of the Kansas Flint Hills – the largest remaining tallgrass prairie landscape in North America. Here is a brief glimpse of that site.