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SDPublicSafety Dec 3
Colder weather is expected this week through most of SD. Time to start dressing like it is indeed winter. Would much rather have shorts and flip flops.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Nov 30
. hosted the 96th National Christmas Tree Lighting on Wednesday at the White House! While we couldn’t be there, the students at Roosevelt High School sent a small piece of Badlands instead! See it below or in in DC all December long!
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NWS Rapid City Nov 30
Latest Advisories and Winter Storm Warnings.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Nov 30
Badlands National Park is under a Winter Storm Warning tonight (11/30/18) beginning at 11 PM MST to Sunday (12/2/18) at 5 AM MST. Travel could be difficult during this time, especially during the day Saturday and Saturday evening.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Nov 29
Ladies, if he - can be hot and cold - was born and raised in rural South Dakota - is known for their collection of dead things, - is millions of years old it's not your man, it's Badlands National Park.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Nov 29
Love plants? University of Wyoming's Larry Schmidt was here this week, digitizing BADL's herbarium specimens for UWY Rocky Mtn Region Digital Herbarium. 1,400+ pressed plant samples in Badlands' collection will be digitized and publicly available.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Nov 29
Hey Laura, we'd love to send you a postcard! Send us an address and we'll get you one in the mail!
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Badlands Nat'l Park Nov 25
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Badlands Nat'l Park Nov 25
ALERT: Road work! Sage Creek Rim Road closed for up to 3 weeks for construction. Expect heavy truck traffic on Sage Creek Road as well. All work and timelines are weather permitting.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Nov 23
The Lakota people have deep spiritual ties to the Badlands and surrounding area. Half of the park (Stronghold and Palmer Creek units) are located on the Pine Ridge Reservation and cooperatively managed with the tribe.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Nov 23
, how did the Badlands get their name? It comes from the Lakota phrase "mako sica" meaning "land sick" or "land bad," a reference to how difficult the terrain is to travel across.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Nov 21
As a reminder, the Ben Reifel Visitor Center will be closed Thanksgiving day. The park itself will remain open for your holiday enjoyment. Normal operations will resume on Friday. everyone!
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US Department of the Interior Nov 21
Thanksgiving is turkey time! Learn how wild turkeys are one of our greatest wildlife conservation success stories:
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Badlands Nat'l Park Nov 21
This Thanksgiving, we at the Badlands are thankful for YOU and your support of the and its mission. And also turkeys. What are you thankful for?
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Badlands Nat'l Park Nov 20
Replying to @NWSRapidCity
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Badlands Nat'l Park Nov 19
Replying to @KatmaiNPS
BIG MOOD
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Badlands Nat'l Park Nov 10
Replying to @emac_and_hedwig
Do we have to pick one? Both speak a different story from the same view. And both are stunning in their own way!
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Badlands Nat'l Park Nov 10
40 years ago, Badlands National Park was established! Excuse us while we sing ourselves the birthday song in celebration...🎶
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Badlands Nat'l Park Nov 6
Left, Right, Up, or Down-that isn't what matters. What's important today is to ! is about exercising your rights as an American citizen.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Oct 31
Be a too! Become a bat ambassador-spread the word that bats aren't scary! Find ways to be involved in helping bats through a bat conservation program in your area. Maybe put up a bat house so you can watch for yourself.
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