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American Prairie Reserve is creating the largest nature reserve in the contiguous United States.

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Wanderlust
Wanderlust | noun | won-der-luhst | a strong, innate desire to rove or travel about.
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Campers around a fire under a starry night sky.
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This is American Prairie Reserve
Learn about American Prairie Reserve through the people working to protect this critical grassland ecosystem.
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Last Wild Place
American Prairie Reserve is a partner in National Geographic's Last Wild Places initiative, which aims to help protect the natural wonders that allow people and wildlife to thrive.
Photo by Gib Myers
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Maps of the Reserve
Download Reserve and property-specific maps, or request a printed version. Also find instructions for using Avenza while on the Reserve.
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Save an Ecosystem
American Prairie Reserve grows over time by purchasing critical habitat that connects a vast network of existing public lands.
Buffalo Camp
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Exploring on the Reserve on Horseback
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Plan Your Trip
Whether you’re a weekend warrior, road tripper, or looking for an American safari, the Reserve is free and open to all walks of life. Reserve your space!
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How You Can Help
As a work in progress, we need supporters like you to get involved, spread the word, and help us grow by becoming a donor.
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Learn About Local Contributions
Working with schools, local businesses, and tribal and ranching neighbors is an important part of creating American Prairie Reserve.