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Baby Animals – If You Care Leave it There

Spring time is busy. People are excited about getting outdoors after a long winter and enjoying nature. While on walks or playing in the park, well-meaning people will come across a baby animal that "appears" to be abandoned by its mother.

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South Dakota Girl Reinstated as Duck Stamp Winner

Madison Grimm, 6, of Burbank, South Dakota has now officially won a national wildlife contest for a painting of a canvasback duck.

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Pennsylvania Man Sentenced for Taking Ducks

A Pennsylvania man has been sentenced to probation and restitution for unlawfully taking ducks.

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Animal Rabies Up in South Dakota for Second Straight Year

PIERRE - The South Dakota Department of Health says animal rabies cases in the state were up in 2012 for the second straight year.

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South Dakota Birding Festival Set for Early May

LAKE ANDES - Herons, eagles, owls and hawks will be a few of the birds that enthusiasts might be able to catch a glimpse of during the South Dakota Birding Festival in early May.

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Helicopters Driving Elk from Wind Cave to Custer

CUSTER - Park officials are using a pair of helicopters to drive hundreds of elk from Wind Cave National Park into nearby Custer State Park.

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Pine Beetle Spraying Workshops Planned in South Dakota

PIERRE - The South Dakota Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Forest Service are hosting three pine beetle spraying workshops in the Black Hills over the next few weeks.

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Feeding South Dakota Birds in the Winter

SIOUX FALLS - Our feathered friends can use a hand when it’s cold and snowy. Experts at The Outdoor Campus remind us that when the ground is covered with snow, birds have more difficulty finding food.

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Miller Man Ordered to Pay $85,000 for Killing Whooping Crane

SIOUX FALLS - A South Dakota man has been sentenced to two years of probation and ordered to pay $85,000 for killing an endangered whooping crane.

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Pennington County Faces Shortfall in Beetle Battle

RAPID CITY - A budget misstep is forcing Pennington County to dip into emergency funds to keep up the fight against the mountain pine beetle.

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