...and you really can't! We only had time to drive the Wildlife Loop, and it was also closing in at the end of the day, so we weren't sure if we would see anything. Patience pays. Along with the miles and miles of grassy hills and valleys, keep your eyes eyes open for birds, prairie dogs, and big game. (We did get stuck in a rather large buffalo herd that decided to share the road with the cars.) Drive slowly, and be sure to bring your camera. If you have a good zoom lens, even better. Fee to enter the park: $15 USD/vehicle that entitles you to re-enter for 7 days. There were construction crews working on the park roads during our visit, which meant some long delays, but have patience: it's worth the wait.
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