Rolling Plains

By: Hayden Dozier


The best time to go here is in July and August! Rain fall averages 20 to 28 inches. Elevation 800 to 3000 ft above sea level. The temperature their in summer is high. The rocks in the rolling plains get erosion and deposition by wind, water, and ice. These rocks look like this because of erosion.

wild life

The animals there are very pretty. Some of the majestic animals are prairie dog, deer, big horn and chipmunk. This is a very good place for hunting if you like it.

Land forms

This is a vast place with mountains, deserts, grasslands, and forest. The Red river creates a boarder line of Oklahoma and Texas .

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The activities fishing, hunting, hiking.