Theodore Roosevelt National Park Birds

Theodore Roosevelt was an avid bird watcher and found the variety of birdlife in the North Dakota badlands exhilarating. A variety of habitats make up the park, including native prairie, north- and south-facing slopes, hardwood and juniper draws, sagebrush flats, and undisturbed Little Missouri River bottomland forest. These different habitats provide a home to a diverse bird population. For a complete bird list, visit www.nps.gov/thro/tr_birds.htm.

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