"I took this photo because seconds before, this bison had been dramatically rolling around on the ground trying to get rid of his winter coat and making me laugh. I couldn't get a good shot of him mid-roll, but I liked how the badlands framed him once he had resumed his stroll."
10% of the artist's commission from the sale of this photo will be donated directly to Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park in western North Dakota is a habitat for elk, prairie dogs and bison. This photo taken by Fargo ND photographer Caroline Klinkmueller captures a bison roaming a grassy area of the Badlands
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