Video Clips and Programs
NPS Photo by Jim Pisarowicz
Wind Cave National Park Video
Wind Cave National Park Video Real Video (13.1 mb) - An overview of Wind Cave National Park
How to Make Limestone - 18 mb RealVideo - Understanding how limestone forms.
Wild Cave Tour Tightest Spot Video - 906 kb RealVideo - Want to go on Wind Cave's Wild Cave tour? Watch this video of the smallest passageway on the tour route.
What is Boxwork? Learn about this interesting cave formation by watching the podcast below.
The exploration of Wind Cave is an on-going adventure that started in the early 1880s. Learn about exploring the cave by watching the podcast below.
Wind Cave National Park is a relatively small national park with an abundant population of elk, bison, pronghorn antelope, prairie dogs, and other prairie animals. To learn about the reintroduction and management of the elk, watch the podcast below.
Plains Indians have used the areas near and within Wind Cave National Park for eons. Recently archaeologists
found evidence of an ancient hunting site - a buffalo jump. Learn about the site by viewing the podcast below.
Did You Know?
Fire is an important factor in protecting the prairie. Historically, fires burned across the prairie every 4 to 7 years. Fires burn the small trees that would otherwise march across the prairie and turn the grasslands to forest.