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Prescribed Burns Planned to Enhance Elk Habitat

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is providing money for prescribed burns to improve wildlife habitat in western South Dakota's Black Hills.

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Feral Cats Pose Threat to Black Hills Birds, Lions

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — Wild cats roaming Black Hills communities present more than just a question of how to reduce their numbers humanely.

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River Otter, Wildlife
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River Otter Habitat Studied in South-Central South Dakota

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — The state Game, Fish and Parks Department is conducting an experiment to evaluate river otter habitat in south-central South Dakota by releasing a few otters in the area.

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The Wonders of Nature in Close Proximity

Everything seems to go so fast and it becomes a blur. Here’s a critter encounter that hopefully will brighten your day.

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State Biologists Beginning White-tailed Deer Study

The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks is conducting a white-tailed deer fawn survival study to learn more about the deer population in southeastern South Dakota.

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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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