Ring-necked pheasant flies over a marsh at Lacreek National Wildlife Refuge.
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Trumpeter swans are the largest of North American waterfowl and have a wing span of 7 feet. Although native to the Great Plains, market hunting in the last 19th century decimated the population. Trumpeter swans were re-introduced to the Northern Great Plains on September 15, 1960 at Lacreek NWR.