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We decided to head to Bear Country USA for the morning, and then take a drive through Badlands in the afternoon. Our journey to Bear Country took us through Custer State Park, and we were lucky enough to see lots of wildlife including bison, antelope, prarie dogs, mule deer and a coyote. Bear Country USA is a smallish safari park with 2 miles of roadway through various animal enclosures, including wolves, mountain lions, bison, elk, ...
... with buffalo horns.
* Calves are 40 lbs at birth and it takes 20 minutes from start to finish to deliver a calf. Gravity does all the work. Calves are weaned at about 4 months because that is when they grow horns and when they nurse, the head butt their mother underneath. We witnessed this a lot. I said it was like how a baby might get weaned when he/she grows teeth.
Some other things Matt told us:
... offered toilets, showers, coffee and power points. As Aaron pulls the car around there is a tiny bunny rabbit at his wheel and Aaron is yelling out the window to me to get the bunny to move. It was the cutest little tiniest bunny rabbit I had ever seen, with a beautiful white fluff ball for a tail. At this point, I was a happy little camper as this had made my day, I had literally seen every animal today. It was funny because I had actually asked Aaron why we ...
... thinking he would be home by now but no answer. Our worst nightmare was realized. Apparently they ran into this storm as well - hail and all! It was so bad that twice a couple of vehicles along the way offered them refuge in their cars - one Good Samaritan was a single girl who actually turned her car around. I came home to one drowned rat who was soaked to the skin. Life is a gamble ...
... tore through and beamed down, lighting a spot of land for clearer inspection. At some point the road began to wind, the proximity of the hills made them feel more like cliffs as they towered hundreds of feet above us. Here and there, in the valleys rested homesteads; pioneers in their own right.
Custer. We opted for the annual pass, while the park ranger highlighted our map with correct directions. We entered the Wildlife Loop; a Wildlife At Large ...