We’ve enjoyed sneaking around the Theodore Roosevelt National Park to capture images of wildlife this fall like big horn lambs
Summer, spring, fall or winter is a good time to see wildlife in the National Park.
The south unit includes a herd of wild horses scattered about the park.
Elk are often seen in the south unit. Bison are found in both the north and south unit.
We like the north unit because it is smaller. The south unit allows lots of room to get out and get away from it all.
But if you want to go wildlife spotting, your best bet is the north unit where the animals are usually closer to the road and easier to find.
Kick back and browse animals in the Badlands
Our photo gallery of animals in the Badlands showcases many of the kinds of animals you can see in the Badlands — a good place to whet your appetite. And of course, a good place to go Christmas shopping.
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