The Norbeck Visitor Center at Custer State park is one of the most impressive architectural design for a building of rock. Construction was done in the 1930s by the CCC. Within the park, there are several other stone built constructions. This is the most impressive.
Then it was off to do the wild life tour of Custer State Park. This is not a petting zoo, but that doesn't stop most of the travelers from making pests of the burros. I was not one of them.
The rest of the wild life stays wild. These pronghorn males were head butting. Just for the entertainment of the tourists.
Bison/buffalo are the most common wild life.
Wild life also includes birds. More difficult to get photos, but managed to get two to sit long enough for a photo op. A mountain blue bird and a barn swallow.
Great to get out to see the natural world.