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Theodore Roosevelt National park The farther in to the wildness the greater the attraction
Climate and land features In the summer it is hot. There are very few storms but they are very severe. In the winter as you know in North Dakota it is very cold.
ACTIVITES Horseback riding Hiking Fishing Canoeing Bird watching Biking
Animals There are many animals that live Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Some examples are horses, prairie dog, many deer, bobcat, foxes, coyotes, bison, and buffalo.
Plants There are also many plants like June grass, salt grass, green ash, harebell, and sage. Sage Junegrass
Were is it? Theodore Roosevelt National park is located in North Dakota.
Park History Theodore Roosevelt Nation park was founded on April 25, 1947. This park is along the little Missouri River.
Interesting Facts At Theodore Roosevelt National Park there are over 180 SPECIES OF BIRDS!
References NPS.com Terragalleria photos www.google. comwww.google
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