Creating A Dust Storm
A bison bull taking a dust bath and creating a dust storm.
A wild flower known as an "Easter Daisy". It grows in dry prairies and was used to decorate pioneer churches at Easter. It is the nearest to a true daisy found in North Dakota.
Bull elk and a wild horse grazing together. There eight bull elk altogether and two more horses.
A wild horse stallion kicks up dust as he runs through a prairie dog town while chasing another stallion.
The Burning Bush
A sagebrush goes up in flames during a controlled burn in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
"Copper" in the creek
The wild stallion "Copper" takes a walk in a creek.
A wild horse stallion was pacing along the river as he wanted to cross to get back with his buddies. As he was pacing back and forth he ran into these Canada geese.
The wild stallion "Teton" high in the North Dakota badlands.
A wild horse mare leaves the band and heads out to the bedding grounds in the evening.
Waiting for the ice to thaw
A wild horse and some Canada geese by the Little Missouri River waiting for the ice to thaw out some more.