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Fishing report for mid-July

From the Great Lakes of South Dakota Tourism Association: Lake Oahe In the Pollock area fishing is very good. Lots of boats coming in with limits and the weather has

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State moves to reduce mountain lion population

State wildlife officials say there are about 250 mountain lions in South Dakota, and that’s too many. They’ve released a new five-year management plan for the animal that calls for

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Zoo opening new rhino exhibit

The Great Plains Zoo and Delbridge Museum of Natural History in Sioux Falls will relocate its two Eastern Black Rhinos to the new rhino exhibit Wednesday, June 16, according to a

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Zoo announces plans for Monkeys, Magic and More

The Great Plains Zoo and Delbridge Museum of Natural History in Sioux Falls today announced plans for its "Monkeys, Magic and More" project, which involves an enhancement at the front of

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Great Plains Zoo’s wolves featured on book cover

Some exciting news from the Great Plains Zoo in Sioux Falls: Two Red Wolves at the Great Plains Zoo and Delbridge Museum of Natural History are helping tell the story

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More rare tigers born at Great Plains Zoo

The Great Plains Zoo in Sioux Falls is continuing to produce litters of rare Amur Tiger cubs. Here’s the latest: THREE AMUR TIGER CUBS BORN AT GREAT PLAINS ZOO 2010 is

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ZooCamps available for children

With the arrival of spring and summer come opportunities to get outside with your family. Here’s one such opportunity from the Great Plains Zoo in Sioux Falls: ZOO ANNOUNCES SUMMER

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Some South Dakota fishing regulations changing

Bass and walleye regulations at some popular South Dakota waterways are changing in 2010. Here’s an explanation from the state Department of Game, Fish and Parks: Notable changes include removal

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State considers temporary increase in pheasant limits

As I noted in a previous post, the delay in this year’s harvest has made pheasant hunting more difficult because the birds have had more places to hide. According to