Badlands National Park has a program called Walking the Badlands, where local fourth-graders come out and make healthy choices.
What does BADL stand for?
BADL stands for Badlands National Park (US National Park Service)
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- Bisphenol A Di-Glycidyl Ether
- Bravery, Attitude, Dedication, Guts, & Everything (police slang)
- Bay Area Digital GeoResource
- Birmingham and District GP (General Practioner) Emergency Rooms (UK)
- Before Aggressive Drivers Get Everyone Stopped (California traffic enforcement program)
- Bureau of Animal Defense Glurfsburg Upper Yippville Section (fiction)
- Beat A Dead Horse
- Bronchiole-Alveolar Duct Junction
- Baltimore Area Disc Jockey Association (Baltimore, MD)
- Bay Area Disc Jockey Association (California)
- Basic Activities of Daily Living
- Belgian Association for Dynamic Languages (Brussels, Belgium)
- Belleville Area District Library (Belleville, MI)
- Boston Animal Defense League (Boston, MA)
- Bristol Activities of Daily Living (dementia scale)
- Bulgarian Animal Defence League (Sofia, Bulgaria)
- Broadband Applications and Demonstrations Laboratory
- British Archaeologists and Developers Liaison Group
- Barthel Activities of Daily Living Index (measures walking, transferring from bed to chair, and bladder and bowel control)
- Bristol Activities of Daily Living Scale (UK)
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Spearfish Canyon, an inspired choice for the final scenes in Kevin Costner's Oscar-winning Dances With Wolves, was breathtaking, as was the spookily eerie, Mars-like terrain of Badlands National Park.
Spearfish Canyon, an inspired choice for the final scenes in Kevin Costner's Oscar-winning Dances with Wolves, was breathtaking, as was the spookily eerie Mars-like terrain of Badlands National Park.
A few ferrets, captured, reared in captivity, and bred, slowly nursed that hope back to life and in 1994, the Sage Creek Wilderness and Badlands National Park became the focal points of reintroduction efforts.
Here we report two genera and at least four species of small erycine snakes from the Early Oligocene of the Badlands National Park in South Dakota.
Introduction--In 1993, visitors found fossils exposed alongside Conata Road in the North Unit of Badlands National Park, South Dakota.