- Published: Saturday, 29 September 2012 17:00
- Written by Michelle M. Winner
Yep, dogies (buffies?), it's that time again, the last Monday of September, when chap-wearin', spur-clinking cowboys and a few gals sitting astride their mounts chase buffalo through the Black Hills of South Dakota in Custer State Park.
This unique annual occurrence qualifies for our “only in America” file, and is done to cull the herd to what the park says is a manageable number that the grasslands of the park can support. Some go on to a lovely ranch in the country (really) to breed and for a few, their time has come.