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South Dakota 2012: Various parks in western South Dakota, October 2012. Also see Blog Entry. Click on any image to load larger image and start slide show.
Bighorn sheep in South Dakota Badlands after an October snow.  I was on the wrong side of the car so I passed the camera to my friend Sue, who took this shot. Bighorn sheep in South Dakota Badlands after an October snow.  I was on the wrong side of the car so I passed the camera to my friend Sue, who took this shot. Bighorn sheep in South Dakota Badlands, October.  This is a different sheep than the prior two images and the snow isnīt evident. Bighorn sheep in South Dakota Badlands, October. Rain over the Black Hills, October.
Bison, Custer State Park, October. Prairie dog, Wind Cave National Park, October. Sixteen elk on a hillside, Wind Cave National Park, October. Elk on a hillside, Wind Cave National Park, October. Elk head over the hill, Wind Cave National Park, October.
Trailcam picture of elk, Wind Cave National Park, April 25. Trailcam picture of elk, Wind Cave National Park, May 7. Trailcam picture of elk, Wind Cave National Park, May 22. Trailcam picture of elk, Wind Cave National Park, May 28. Trailcam picture of elk, Wind Cave National Park, June 12.
Trailcam picture of elk, Wind Cave National Park, July 7. Trailcam picture of elk, Wind Cave National Park, July 11. Trailcam picture of elk, Wind Cave National Park, September 4. Trailcam picture of coyote, Wind Cave National Park, September 4. Pronghorn, Custer State Park, October.
Pronghorn, Custer State Park, October. Tyrannosaurus Rex named Stan, Black Hills Institute, Hill City, October.  Thatīs not his real skull (see next photo). The Tyrannosaurus Rex skull is too heavy to mount on the skeleton, so this is Stanīs skull, Black Hills Institute, Hill City, October.  Mt. Rushmore as seen through a gap in the rock, October.  Mt. Rushmore framed by a tunnel on the Iron Mountain Road, October.

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