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Caprock Canyons, Texas Landscapes, Texas State Parks, Texas Wildlife

Caprock Canyons is a Texas state park located in the panhandle outside of a small town called Quitaque. The park is known for its wind and water weathered canyons that shine in burnt orange and red.

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Caprock Canyons is home to a large population of North American bison. The herd was donated to the state park by Charles Goodnight in 1997 and is the last remaining herd that is genetic-related Southern bison. This means part of their genetics is not shared by any other bison in North America.

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 Sandstone and gypsum create the vibrant colors that illuminate orange at sunrise and red at sunset.

Sandstone and gypsum create the vibrant colors that illuminate orange at sunrise and red at sunset.

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