Wildlife Spotting At Custer State Park, South Dakota

What makes me smile, makes me happy? Hmmm… Well, the first thing that jumps to mind is animals. Like all the critters we saw at Custer State Park in South Dakota.

Custer was South Dakota’s first state park and remains its largest. It’s beautiful at any time of year.

The most famous animals at Custer State Park are its bison, around 1500 of them, that roam the range freely.

Pronghorns are perhaps the most unusual-looking of Custer’s large mammals.

We also saw a few bighorn sheep.

And then there were the donkeys of course, which have earned the nickname, the Begging Burros. Can’t think why!

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This post was inspired by the photo themes of Smile from Ben of The Daily Post and Happy from Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge.



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7 Responses to Wildlife Spotting At Custer State Park, South Dakota

  1. Cee Neuner says:

    Another terrific post from Jaspa 😀 😀

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  4. Great post! I just love, love, love the donkeys. They are way too adorable and sweet ❤

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