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Clear skies. Low 19F. Winds SSW at 5 to 10 mph.
Updated: November 21, 2019 @ 6:18 pm
This young bunny in northwest Bismarck was quite tame and let me get close for this photo.
The crops are turning color and almost ready for harvest near Hazelton
two birds enjoying their surroundings.
Surrounded by ever rising water.
Cute cow in a lush green pasture
Unique smaller barn surrounded by trees.
Cindy Sandvick took this photo of an Antelope on a hill along Highway 49
Cindy Sandvick of Mandan took this photo of the remaining home that was one day a majestic home in the now Ghost Town.
Cindy Sandvick of Mandan took this photo of the old Judson church. Many memories in this church!
The Little Missouri River in the North Unit of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. This landform is so named for its distinctive curved shape, which resembles the bow pin of an oxbow.
Taken on 8 July by John Jacobsen of Bismarck, ND
This large cloud bank was east of Bismarck July 16. I used the zoom to get a close up.
This beautiful robin was caroling so beautiful perched on the Bismarck Tribune paper holder in Center, ND. Submitted by Brenda Zarr, Center, ND
Photo taken of Prarie Dogs in Roosevelt Nat'l Park , Medora , ND. in July by Joy Sorenson of Mandan, ND
The memorial bridge from the Missouri River. Taken 7/14/19
Ducks sunning themselves all in a row.
Bird looking for bugs for dinner.
The Sterling elevator at sunset
North Dakota prairie at sunset
This calf made sure to get in the picture of the horses.
HUGE BUFFALO IN SOUTH UNIT OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT PARL AT MEDORA ND
TAKEN JULY 7, 2019
Photo of the Little Missouri River as it wanders through the North Unit of the Theodore Roosevelt National park.
John L. Jacobsen - of Bismarck, ND
8 July 2019
This tree stands guarding the West entrance to the Heritage Centern the ND State Capitol grounds.
Photo taken June 2019.,
John Jacobsen, Bismarck, ND
We were traveling through the south unit of TRNP on 8JULY and came across the biggest herd of buffalo I have ever seen. This pictures shows them traveling down the main road at about 10 in the morning.
A buck in velvet in the TR National Park.
A bull elk in the TR National Park.
Geese flying at sundown over the Badlands of western ND.
A ground squirrel forging among the hills around Lake Sakakawea.
Looks like this toad was going for a high flying ride over Lake Sakakawea.
Along Lake Sakakawea this mountain bluebird found some food for its young.
A little badger looking out from its hole near Napoleon, ND.
A hawk stomping around a hale bale looking for a meal.
The piping plover is endangered and this one had a band on its right leg. Photo captured around Alkali Lake this past week.
The vibrant color of a yellow-headed black bird near Alkali Lake.
A lot of little ones along Alkali Lake near Napoleon, ND
A ruddy duck in the weeds along Alkaline Lake near Napoleon.
A bald eagle making noise up in the trees along Lake Sakakawea.
Pelicans and seagulls on a Lake Sakakawea island on a sunny day.
English Cocker puppy, Spiff, posing like the front page of the July 8th Bismarck Tribune.
Spent time at zoo today touching fingers with the monkeys.
Prairie Lily by Kim Grotte Watford City
Blanket Flower and butterfly by Kim Grotte
Big Tom Turkey visits the neighborhood.
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