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The Dunn Ranch, managed by the Nature Conservancy, is over 3,000 acres of native (or restored) prairie, with about 1,000 acres that has never been plowed. It is a part of the 70,000 acre Grand River Grasslands which spans southern Iowa and Northern Missouri. In addition to the Greater Prairie Chickens there is a herd of about 100 Bison and many wild birds and animals. Recent sightings on the booming grounds include Ring-necked Pheasants, Meadowlarks, a Great Horned Owl, Coyotes and more.