Go to The Konza prairie nature reserve
The prairie prairie nature reserve is mainly used for research at Kansas
State University. It is one of the few remaining grassy grasslands in the world. Only part of the reserve is open to the outside world. In the open area, three fascinating routes have been built for tourists to see the beautiful scenery of Mount Welter and the grassland. The three routes are: 2.5 kilometers around Kongza Grassland Natural Circle, 4.4 miles around King's Creek Circle and 6 miles around Godwin Mountain Circle. The Hokansen farm, built by Swedish settlers in 1878, and the primitive limestone barn and the one-sided wildlife observation room near the natural ring of the Ring Kongza grassland, are among them. Although it seems quiet, there are hundreds of species of animals living here, including dragons, fire foxes, box turtles, butterflies and bison.
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