What do pronghorn antelopes, ferruginous hawks, black-tailed prairie dogs, swift foxes, burrowing owls, and bison have in common? They all live on the American Prairie.
Enjoy coloring and learning about these animals and others whose habitat is in the large Montana Prairie Reserve. For more information about the American Prairie Reserve and its resources, click Explore Here!
The American Prairie Reserve is a huge nature reserve that will span over 3 million acres in Montana. The goal of the American Prairie Reserve is to create the largest nature reserve in the United States. The reserve protects the land and its wildlife. Click their logo for more information.