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    • The 1951 Antelope Census in South Dakota

    • Antelopes -- South Dakota -- Counting; Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota
    • The 1951 Antelope census found 15,000 antelope in the counties of Harding, Butte, Perkins, Meade, Fall River and Stanley. Since 1950 the average increase has been 14 percent. The kid crop was normal averaging 90 kids per 100 does. The buck-doe...
    • The 1950 Antelope Census in South Dakota

    • Antelopes -- South Dakota -- Counting; Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.)
    • The 1950 antelope census found 10,568 antelope in the counties of Harding, Butte, central Meade and western Fall River. The antelope herds in those counties averaged increases of more than 50 percent since 1949.
    • 1952 Antelope Restoration

    • Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.)
    • This is a job completion report, as require by the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act. The focus of this report is South Dakota's antelope population.
    • The 1952 Antelope Census for South Dakota

    • Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pronghorn hunting -- South Dakota; Antelope hunting -- South Dakota
    • A 33 1/3 percent aerial sample of the antelope population in Harding, Butte, Perkins, Meade and Fall River Counties was (made) during late June and early July. The antelope population for these counties increased from 14,356 in 1951 to 16,608 in...
    • The 1952 Antelope Season in South Dakota

    • Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pronghorn hunting -- South Dakota; Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.);
    • During the 1952 antelope season in South Dakota 7646 antelope of all ages and both sexes were harvested by 8350 permittees for an average success of 91.6 percent. The hunters showed a definite preference for bucks.
    • Food Habits of Antelope in Northwestern South Dakota

    • Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- Food -- South Dakota
    • The food habits of antelope, as presented in this report, are applicable to northwestern South Dakota, extreme northeastern Wyoming, and southeastern Montana. In other regions of South Dakota where the vegetative composition of the range differs,...
    • The 1955 Antelope Season in South Dakota

    • Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.); Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pronghorn hunting -- South Dakota; Antelope hunting -- South Dakota
    • During the 1955 antelope season 4,850 permits were issued and 4,281 antelope were killed. The average success for all hunting units was 88.3 percent. There was a 75.1 percent return of report cards. The average hunter required 1.4 days to bag an...
    • The 1956 Antelope Season in South Dakota

    • Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.); Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pronghorn hunting -- South Dakota; Antelope hunting -- South Dakota
    • During the 1956 antelope season, 6,266 hunting permits were issued and 5,616 antelope were killed. The average success for all hunting units was 89.6 percent. There was a 76.1 percent return of the re-port cards. The average hunter required 1.4...
    • The 1953 Antelope Census for South Dakota

    • Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.); Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- Counting -- South Dakota; Antelopes -- Counting -- South Dakota
    • Western South Dakota's antelope population (15,098) was fairly close to the recommended population (14,450) as of July 1, 1953. In only one unit was the antelope population consider-ably below the recommended. The buck:doe:kid ratio for the...
    • The 1954 Antelope Census in South Dakota

    • Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.); Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- Counting -- South Dakota; Antelopes -- Counting -- South Dakota
    • The South Dakota antelope population as of July 1, 1954 was estimated at 18,000. Since 1953 there was a 12 percent increase in the antelope population in those counties in the better antelope range. The Lower Cheyenne Management Unit (which is...
    • The 1955 Antelope Census in South Dakota

    • Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.); Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- Counting -- South Dakota; Antelopes -- Counting -- South Dakota
    • Before the 1955 September hunting season, South Dakota had almost 17,000 antelope. Heavy harvests of some trouble herds during the fall of 1954 reduced the state herd by about 6 percent. The doe:kid ratios as determined by aerial counts early in...
    • The 1957 Antelope Census in South Dakota

    • Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.); Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- Counting -- South Dakota; Antelopes -- Counting -- South Dakota
    • The purpose of this survey was to determine the composition, distribution and total number of antelope in Perkins, western Corson, Harding, Butte, Meade, northern Ziebach, eastern Pennington, eastern Custer, Fall River, Jackson, Haakon and Stanley...
    • Annual Report of Annie Creek and Tepee Clip Plots

    • Range ecology -- South Dakota; Experimental rangelands -- South Dakota; Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.)
    • Kinnikinnick cannot stand an annual clipping of even 25 percent of the green portion of the plant. During the same period Oregon grape has been able to maintain production under the 25 percent clip but not under heavier clippings. The data thus...
    • Annual Report of Annie Creek and Hepler Plots

    • Range ecology -- South Dakota; Experimental rangelands -- South Dakota; Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.)
    • The important evergreen deer foods, kinnikinnick (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi) and Oregon grape (Odostemon repens) lose production if as little as 25 percent of their total green forage is removed annually. Excessive utilization of Oregon grape only...

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