Wind Cave National Park Patch

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Wind Cave National Park Patch

6.00

Patch Size: 2"x3"

On January 3, 1903, President Theodore Roosevelt signed the bill creating Wind Cave National Park, the first park created to protect a cave. Wind Cave is one of the longest and most complex caves in the world, with fifty-five miles of passages and an amazing amount of a rare cave formation called boxwork, made of thin blades of calcite projecting from cave walls and ceilings, forming a honeycomb pattern. On the surface, 33,851 acres of sunlit mixed-grass prairie and ponderosa pine forest provide habitat for native wildlife such as elk, bison, pronghorn, mule deer and prairie dogs. 

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