Camburn Prairie

Black-Eyed Susan Black-Eyed Susan Big Bluestem Ground Cherry New England Aster Wild Lettuce Goldenrod Prairie Sage Yellow Foxtail Catnip Queen Anne's Lace Indian Grass Rattlesnake Master False Boneset Purple Coneflower Horsemint Common Milkweed Black Nightshade Dr. Hampton  
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  A prairie is an extensive tract of level or rolling land, destitute of trees, covered with coarse grass, and usually characterized by a deep, fertile soil.
  Camburn Prairie is located southwest of  Storm Lake. Now in its ninth year, this one acre restored prairie has over 65 species of plants. 

In this picture:
Big Bluestem
Black Nightshade
Black-Eyed Susan
False Boneset
Ground Cherry
Indian Grass
New England Aster
Prairie Sage
Purple Coneflower
Queen Anne's Lace
Rattlesnake Master
Wild Lettuce
Yellow Foxtail

Special thanks to Art and Sharon Camburn for their hospitality and good land sterwardship.

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