Bison Watering Hole – Explore.org LIVECAM

by Andrea Greengard

This watering hole in Grasslands National Park in Saskatchewan is a popular spot for bison and other animals hydrate or cool off. This camera is located near a natural spring near Val Marie, Saskatchewan, giving a great view of one of the bison’s favorite water hole.

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Bison Water Hole in Grasslands National Park

Watch as bison and other animals visit the hole for a refreshing drink. Grasslands National Park is one of the few remaining natural grasslands in North America, a testament to the prairies (as they existed for millennia before they were taken over by human settlers).

Visitors can watch the buffalo roam, the deer and the antelope play. The park has plains bison, swift fox and is home to Canada’s only black-tailed prairie dog colonies, a keystone prairie species.

Learn more here: https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/sk/grasslands

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