This is a wonderful wildlife excursion for the hearty or "not-so-much". If you like to hike there is a nice trail to the top of the range or if you'd rather just drive along and spot game, you will have a wonderful time. Take your time, drive slowly and keep yours open or you will miss the animals whose coloration blends so well into the landscape. A Springtime drive will yield beautiful wildflowers, an assortment of birds on their annual migration and young offspring of bison, antelope, deer and if you're lucky elk. September brings the haunting sound of bull elk bugling to bring "the girls" in for a little romance. Fall color changes throughout the Mission Valley, that the Bison Range over-looks, are spectacular and if you happen to arrive the first week of October you will be privileged to watch the annual bison round-up when all the bison are brought into a corral and inoculated and computer chips imbedded. Quite a memorable sight.
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