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Iowa Pheasant: It Doesn’t Get Much Better

Iowa Pheasant: It Doesn’t Get Much BetterRhythmic motion pulsated through stands of native prairie grass, molded from breezes perhaps touched by kindred spirits that once hunted the northwest Iowa plains. Native American tribes and settlers moving west searched these rolling hills for food. Competition was fierce.

A mature bald eagle circled high against blue matting, peering down at the line of hunters dressed in orange vests and hats. The great bird hunted the same prey-pheasants-and interference of his daily meal was not appreciated.
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Festivals

Get Ready for Cheyenne Frontier Days, A Whopper of a Rodeo and Western Celebration

Get Ready for Cheyenne Frontier Days, A Whopper of a Rodeo and Western Celebration If you love rodeos and big-time western fun, then you have to visit Cheyenne, Wyoming and experience Cheyenne Frontier Days 2009 - what organizers call the world's largest outdoor rodeo and western celebration.

The 113th Cheyenne Frontier Days festiv...
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Rodeos

Trevor Brazile Becomes First Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Triple Crown Winner Since 1983

Trevor Brazile Becomes First Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Triple Crown Winner Since 1983 LAS VEGAS - He came, he roped, he conquered. Trevor Brazile, who arguably entered the 49th annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Dec. 6-15, 2007,with the most pressure on him of any contestant, hung on to win the tie-down roping world title in Round...
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Festivals

Gathering Of Nations Powwow Celebrates Native American Culture, Dance And Song

Gathering Of Nations Powwow Celebrates Native American Culture, Dance And Song Fans of the American West, do yourself a favor: travel to Albuquerque, New Mexico and experience one of North America's greatest celebrations of life and Native American culture, the annual Gathering of Nations Powwow.

Each April, more than 3,000 danc...
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Festivals

Arizona State Parks Offering Visitors a Trio of Christmas Celebrations in December

Arizona State Parks Offering Visitors a Trio of Christmas Celebrations in December A Victorian Christmas celebration, the annual lighting of the Luminarias, and a look at turn-of-the-century holiday décor on the frontier are just some of the Christmas festivities being offered in December by the Arizona State Parks.

The biggest of ...
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