Watchable Wildlife in Montana
In Montana, everyone has a few wild neighbours. We’re not talking about the typical wild neighbours who throw all-night parties; we’re referring to antelope, elk, moose, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, eagles, trumpeter swans, bears, wolves, and more. In fact, Montana has a greater variety of wildlife than any other state in the lower 48. Think of us as a giant, natural animal preserve.
Birding in South Dakota
South Dakota’s diverse terrain, from rolling hills to sky-piercing granite peaks to lush mountain meadows and prairie marshes and lakes, is home to nearly 400 species of birds.
Our unique combination of landscapes and diversity of bird species is stunning – perfect for the bird watching enthusiast. Our parks and natural areas showcase both rare and common birds. Experience our abundant populations of waterfowl. Spot endangered species like the bald eagle, peregrine falcon or whooping crane. Encounter burrowing owls in their wild, natural habitat.
South Dakota is truly a birder’s paradise.
Wild About Wyoming
Wyoming supports an abundance of wildlife in the national parks, national forest and national wilderness areas. Moose, mule deer and elk are all plant eating animals and can be found anywhere that a substantial food source is located. Viewing these animals is as easy as hitting the road!