• Theodore Roosevelt National Park

    Theodore Roosevelt

    National Park North Dakota

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    Visitors to the South Unit may experience up to 30 minute delays and rough road conditions due to road construction along East River Road. Check at South Unit Visitor Center for current road conditions. Updated 07/09/2014 5:16 pm MT

Amphibians

North Dakota has a sparse fauna of amphibians and reptiles. While individual populations may get quite high, species diversity is low. The semi-arid climate provides only marginal conditions for breeding and hibernation of amphibians, while low winter temperatures and the short growing season appear to be primary limiting factors for reptiles. Several of the species listed below are very rare or infrequently found and are in quite localized populations.

 
AMPHIBIANS Tiger Salamander Ambystoma tigrinum
Plains Spadefoot Toad Scaphiopus bombifrons
Great Plains Toad Bufo cognatus
Rocky Mountain (Woodhouse's) Toad Bufo woodhousei
Boreal Chorus Frog Pseudacris nigrita
Leopard Frog Rana pipiens

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Helicopter driving horses

Elk, bison, and feral horses are monitored and managed by Theodore Roosevelt National Park in order to maintain sustainable populations and protect natural resources. More...