Oh, Those Beautiful Badlands!
Summer in the North Dakota Badlands is not always vibrant green, but this year it is! Thanks to Brittany Green for sharing her photos of a recent trip through the south unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Check out one of our recent hikes in the beautiful green badlands here: The Views Were Spectacular! We Could See Forever!
The bison which reside in both the south and north units of Theodore Roosevelt National Park are a major attraction! Watching large herds graze in the park makes one wonder what the countryside looked like 200 years ago, when it was reported bison covered the landscape to the horizon, and beyond. Millions and Millions of Bison!
Our bison encounter in the north unit brought home the fact that this was their territory, not ours! Check out this link: We Woke Up In a Buffalo Herd!
A special shout out of Thanks! goes to Brittany Green for sharing her summer badlands photos!
If you’ve had a special experience in the badlands and grasslands of North Dakota, check out our Facebook page Beautiful Badlands ND. Give us a Like and message us your information and photos. We’d love to see the area through your eyes!
Read more about the North and South Units of Theodore Roosevelt National Park here: What’s the Difference?
Check out the spectacular views from one of the highest points in North Dakota! You Can See Forever From Up Here!
Find more badlands photos here: www.mykuhls.com
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