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Happy ! Bobcats are one of the more elusive species here at Badlands. This one was caught on a trail camera set up by our wildlife biologists.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Jun 21
Summer is here and so are we! Happy Summer Solstice day to everyone!
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Badlands Nat'l Park Jun 18
Due to weather concerns, the Discover Badlands event scheduled for Wednesday, June 20, 2018 has been cancelled. Watch Facebook for updates once the event has been rescheduled.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Apr 20
Badlands will share stories of parks within a day’s drive during National Park Week. Each day a different park film will be featured at 1pm in the Visitor Center.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Apr 12
Blizzard conditions on Friday will impact park operations. Heavy snow and strong winds expected. Whiteouts will make travel dangerous to impossible.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Apr 3
Due to winter weather driving conditions, the Ben Reifel Visitor Center will delay opening until 10am
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Badlands Nat'l Park Mar 16
Hwy 240 loop road is closed due to heavy snowfall. Will open sometime tomorrow. Sage Creek Rim Road closed until further notice.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Mar 16
Due to the winter storm and no travel advisory, the Ben Reifel Visitor Center is closing at 1:00pm
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Badlands Nat'l Park Feb 28
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Badlands Nat'l Park Feb 28
The we are losing to erosion at the rate of one inch per year.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Feb 27
“A lifetime can be spent in a Magellanic voyage around the trunk of a single tree.” - E. O. Wilson
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Badlands Nat'l Park Feb 27
The current road through the park was formed by linking together several informal roads that existed by 1912?
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Badlands Nat'l Park Feb 26
Biologists have identified more than 400 different plant species growing in
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Badlands Nat'l Park Feb 26
Coyotes have an that they can increase their litter size when a population doesn't hear other coyotes?
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Badlands Nat'l Park Feb 25
Western wheatgrass is the predominant grass in the prairie areas of . Growing one- two feet high, it is a sod builder.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Feb 25
the name Coyote comes from the Aztec?
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Badlands Nat'l Park Feb 24
1/3 of international visitors to the United States visit a National Park.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Feb 24
that prior to the 19th century were not found east of the Great Plains?
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Badlands Nat'l Park Feb 23
We're a great place for you to experience processes in action.
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Badlands Nat'l Park Feb 23
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