The Konza Prairie is located within the largest remaining area of unplowed tallgrass prairie in North America, the Flint Hills. The 8,616 acre preserve is located south of Manhattan, Kansas and north of Interstate 70. "Konza" is an alternative name for the Kansa or Kaw Indians who inhabited the area until the mid-19th century.

The Konza supports a diverse mix of species including 576 vascular plants, 31 mammals, 208 bird species, 34 types of reptiles and amphibians, 20 kinds of fish, and over 700 types of invertebrates. A herd of approximately 300 bison is maintained on the Konza, and native white-tailed deer and wild turkey are often present in large numbers.


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