Theodore Roosevelt National Park is home to a variety of prairie mammals including bison, elk, prairie dogs, coyotes, and badgers. Wild horses and longhorn steers in the park reflect the historic landscape as Theodore Roosevelt experienced it in the 1880s. Click the links above to learn more about some of these animals.
Did You Know?
During the brutal winter of 1886-1887, Theodore Roosevelt lost up to 60% of his cattle herd to cold and starvation. More...