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A Time to Reflect

Credit: Bob Wick, BLM-California
Still waters reflect the pristine landscape of the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area in Idaho.

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Area, managed by the United States Bureau of Land Management, is located 35 miles (56 kilometers) south of Boise, Idaho, and has one of the world's densest populations of nesting birds of prey. A variety of falcons, eagles, hawks and owls flourish in the region.

In addition to outstanding bird and wildlife viewing, visitors can sightsee, horseback ride, hike, hunt, mountain bike, picnic and camp, according to officials at the Bureau of Land Management. [Related: One-of-a-Kind Places on Earth]   Less «
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