One of the interesting sites at Badlands National Park were the Bighorn sheep. It was especially fun to watch because they had babies.
Bighorn sheep are not native to Badlands National Park. Twenty-two were introduced in 1964 from the Pike’s Peak area in Colorado. The population is now estimated to be over 250. There are no natural predators to the Bighorn at Badlands National Park.
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