Discussion in 'North Dakota' started by Crustation23, Dec 16, 2009.
The wildlife of North Dakota includes a number of animal species that you might not be able to readily view back home, such as bison and prairie dogs.
White-tailed deer are prevalent in the state, so you're bound to see plenty of them as well when searching for North Dakota wildlife.
Other creatures that often make an appearance across the land include muskrats, elk, moose, coyotes, raccoons, bighorn sheep, and red foxes.
If you are a Bird enthusiast, hundreds of bird species are known to nest in the state. When visiting a state park or wildlife refuge in North Dakota, some of the birds that you are likely to spot include snow and Canada geese, ducks, sandhill cranes, black-crowned night herons, eared grebes, and various species of songbirds.
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