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Bueyeros Shortgrass Plains
Bueyeros Shortgrass Plains is an example of the blue grama-buffalograss prairie of the Great Plains and is considered to be representative of the pre-cattle grazing era. Two of the three dominant natural grazing animals, antelope and prairie dogs, are still in the area.
Location: Harding County, NM
Year designated: 1980
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Last Updated: June 28, 2012