The Cheyenne River Breaks of

South Dakota


Cedar & decidious timber, a perfect place for a doe to have her fawn and hide it from the predator. The mineral rich nutritious grass grows big racks on big bucks that like the seclusion and, security of terrain like this.

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This is a tributary creek just a few miles south of the Cheyenne
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A day spent in the area and you are likely to see several of the pictured species, and others.
This photo demonstrates the expansiveness of the area More blue sky, clean air, natural beauty, and silence.
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Jim Strain
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