The wide range of wilderness, natural landscapes and habitats makes this region one of America’s premier wildlife viewing areas and a haven for many different types of wildlife in both the many reserves and in their natural surroundings.
Watchable Wildlife in Montana
Montana has a greater variety of wildlife than anywhere in the lower 48. It’s easy to spot a bison on the road nearYellowstone National Park or a mountain goat on a hike in Glacier National Park. In the more remote parts of Montana, catch a glimpse of a grizzly bear or a wolverine.
Spotting wildlife in Montana is easy, especially in the national parks and wildlife refuges. Animals great and small call Montana home. Meet our wildest residents with hooves, paws and wings. For more information visit www.VisitMT.com
Get Back to Nature in North Dakota
Get back to real nature, breathe fresh North Dakota air and explore diverse landscapes that include Badlands, rivers, lakes and national and state parks. View birds, buffalo, deer, elk, antelope and plenty of other wildlife or plan a fishing or big game hunting trip. Click here for more Wildlife and Nature in North Dakota. For more information visit www.NDTourism.com
Birding in South Dakota
Spy on abundant populations of waterfowl and songbirds. Spot endangered species like the bald eagle, peregrine falcon, and whooping crane. Encounter burrowing owls in their natural habitat. With diverse terrain that’s home to nearly 400 species of birds, South Dakota is truly a birder’s paradise. For more information visit www.TravelSouthDakota.com
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. Diverse landscapes support more than 400 bird species in Wyoming, You can bird watch in national parks, wildlife refuges, Audubon centers and more. Viewing these animals is as easy as hitting the road! For more information visit www.TravelWyoming.com