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Tables or Mesas are found in the Badlands. The top will usually contain grassy areas and loved by
wildlife that can negotiate the steep sides. Predators can be spotted before they start to climb.
Buttes do not contain as much grassy area and are not typically very flat.
The abundant wildlife in Badlands National Park is best seen on the gravel roads
such as Sage Creek Rim Road.
A Prairie Dog town.
Bison grazing near the road.
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Sage Creek Rim Road is a good quality gravel road with great views of the Sage Creek Valley with its tables and buttes.
It is also a great place to see wildlife from your vehicle. Sage Creek Rim Road continues out of the park and back to SD Hwy 44.