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  • The Pine Ridge Indian Reservation spreads out for hundreds of miles. With these many miles we have opportunities to develop many different activities. Within this great land, there are things out there unlike no others in the world. We have a variety of different types of wild life. There are plenty of rivers and fishing areas to experience. We got to separate types of lands going from the plains, to the badlands.

    The beautiful grassland, which we call the plains has many attributes. There are many beautiful animals using the plains as there environment. For one we have the buffalo which is pretty rare in the world. Just like the buffalo is sacred to use, so is the land. For instance as they call is the plains, we call it mother Earth. We have many activities that we can do with theses open areas. Anywhere from pow-wow’s grounds to baseball fields are possible in these lands. We also have the large hills we call the badlands.

    The badlands is a vary special place unlike no other. You could look at the badlands in a variety of ways. For an instance it could be enjoyed as a vary nice scenery. Another way of looking at it could be opportunity to keep your self fit by exercising in the hills. In the badlands also have there own little variety of wild life. For one we have the eagle, when u see an eagle soaring in the badlands and making its call is an wonderful experience.
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