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This page last updated: Fri Dec 25, 2015

Wildlife in Badlands National Park

The abundant wildlife in Badlands National Park is best seen on the gravel roads such as Sage Creek Rim Road.

A good Badlands Map is provided by BlackHillsBadlands.Com.

Badlands Prairie Dog Town

A Prairie Dog town. 
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Antelope near Sheep Mountain Table.

Badlands Bison

Bison grazing near Sage Creek Rim Road.


Ewes grazing near the main road.

Ewe Closeup

Ewe closeup near the main road.

Ewe Closeup

Ewe closeup near the main road.

Wildlife (game) can be plentiful in the Badlands in times of rain and moderate heat. Originally called the "White Hills" by Native Americans, the name "Badlands" was applied early French traders and is applicable in a hot summer during a drought. The Badlands would not have been easy to travel through at any time, and traders did need to travel.

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