Landowners -- South Dakota -- Surveys; Landowners -- Attitudes; Wildlife management -- South Dakota -- Public opinion; Wildlife management -- South Dakota -- Statistics
This report summarizes results from the 2012 Wildlife on Private Lands Survey. Information was collected regarding wildlife populations on private lands and landowners’ desires for how these populations should be managed. HD-2-14.AMS.
Water quality management -- South Dakota -- Bad River Basin; Water resources development -- South Dakota -- Bad River Basin; Bad River Watershed (S.D.)
The Bad River National Monitoring Project’s goal was to assess the success of best management practice (BMP) implementation projects in Phase III of the Bad River Water Quality Project by documenting water quality and rangeland health improvements....
Wildlife management -- South Dakota; Wildlife conservation -- South Dakota
This document details the principles and philosophical foundation of resource management of the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks, Division of Wildlife. It is intended to provide strategic guidance to every program, planning process...
The 1950 antelope census found 10,568 antelope in the counties of Harding, Butte, central Meade and western Fall River. The antelope herds in these counties averaged
increases of more than 50 percent since 1949.
Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorn -- South Dakota; Pronghorn -- Wounds and injuries -- South Dakota
A 378 square-mile area in Butte and Harding Counties was surveyed in 1959 for antelope crippling losses. Two airplanes and three ground crews located 26 dead or crippled antelope in an area where 337 persons hunted and 318 antelope were legally...
Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorn -- South Dakota; Pronghorn -- Counting -- South Dakota
An aerial inventory was conducted between June 3, and July 8, 1970. The July 1970 population for western South Dakota of 25,100 antelope indicates an increase of 1,500 animals since the July 1969 inventory. No data was obtained for eastern South...
Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorn -- South Dakota; Pronghorn -- Parasites -- South Dakota
An attempt was made to determine if the antelope of a predominantly sheep range carried more parasites than the antelope of a mixed cow-sheep range. If such differences exist they were not evident in the data collected.