Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorn -- South Dakota; Pronghorn 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...
Fishing -- South Dakota; Fishing -- South Dakota -- Maps; Fishery law and legislation -- South Dakota
Handbook providing information on licensing, statewide harvest limits, East River regulations, Missouri River regulations, West River regulations, Black Hills regulations, and general regulations for fishing in South Dakota.
Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorn -- South Dakota -- Statistics; Pronghorn -- South Dakota -- Geographical distribution; Pronghorn hunting -- South Dakota -- Statistics
The annual aerial spring inventory of antelope was conducted during May, June and July, 1985. From this survey data, the July population of antelope for South Dakota was estimated to be 48,741 and the doe:fawn ratio was 100:91.
This report demonstrates the Department of Corrections continued participation in the Performance–based Standards (PbS) Project as administered by the Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators. This report includes the two latest data...
South Dakota Retirement System; Retirement -- South Dakota -- Planning; Early retirement -- South Dakota; Employment re-entry -- South Dakota; Pensions -- South Dakota; South Dakota -- Officials and employees -- Retirement
This document is designed to provide SDRS members
with the general provisions of law that define when a member can retire, and what requirements pertain to being reemployed by the same employer or with another participating employer of the South...
South Dakota. Department of Agriculture, Resource Conservation and Forestry Division; Conservation of natural resources -- South Dakota; Forest conservation -- South Dakota
This report highlights our accomplishments and special projects in fiscal year 2010 by each program: Community Forestry, Natural Resources Conservation (soil, water, air, etc.), Forest Health, and Service Forestry.