Recently, the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission elected new officers for the chair and vice-chair positions.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Commission adopted a proposal at their December meeting that would provide a terminally ill South Dakota resident the opportunity to hunt big game.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Commission proposed no changes for the 2016 bighorn sheep season, and will operate under the same structure as the 2015 season.
A white Christmas is not only pretty, it also makes for great snowmobiling.
Following a legal decision in federal court, the gray wolf is again an endangered species throughout South Dakota.
The SDGFP’s Division of Wildlife released the draft five-year elk management plan with a request for comments to be submitted by Jan. 5, 2015, however, that deadline has now been extended to Feb. 6.
The 25th Annual Central South Dakota Youth Goose Hunt will be in Pierre on Jan. 16-18, 2015.
The South Dakota GFP reminds hunters that the East River and West River deer hunting seasons reopen to antlerless only tags beginning Dec. 27, 2014, through Jan. 4, 2015.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks has awarded Eric Krebs with the Division of Wildlife’s highest honor, the 2014 Distinguished Service Award.
The 2015 South Dakota mountain lion hunting season opens on Dec. 26, 2014, in the Black Hills Fire Protection District.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department (SDGFP) wants to remind individuals to leave trapping equipment or furbearers in traps undisturbed.
For the past 49 years, the park has made its surplus bison available for sale to the private sector. A significant amount of park revenue comes from the bison sale…
More than 14,000 people attended the 49th annual Buffalo Roundup on Sept. 26 at Custer State Park, matching crowd records from the previous six years.
Taking a kid out hunting in the fields of South Dakota can be some of the most rewarding experiences you will ever have in the outdoors.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks has completed the annual pheasant brood survey and the results show a 76 percent increase in the statewide pheasants-per-mile index from 2013.
The South Dakota Games, Fish, and Parks is excited to announce a line up of events for the public to attend throughout South Dakota State Parks.
The SDBWG will present the 9th Annual South Dakota Bat Festival on Saturday, Aug. 16, at 6 p.m. MDT in Custer State Park’s Tatanka Theater.
The SDGFP has announced that the Outdoor Campus-West in Rapid City will host its third annual Outdoor University on Saturday, July 12, 2014.
South Dakota pheasant hunters will have the new 160-acre Gideon Game Production Area (GPA) to explore in northwest Moody County this pheasant season.
A proposal by the South Dakota GFPC would require archery, muzzleloader, youth and mentored deer hunters to obtain a free access permit to hunt in certain areas of Fall River, Harding, and Dewey Counties.
The number of calls about fawns and other wildlife from woody areas now filled with flood waters have increased tremendously…
Wetland Reserve Program is a voluntary program that helps landowners protect, restore and enhance wetlands on their property…
Wildlife and sportsmen will benefit from a new cooperative agreement between the National Wild Turkey Federation and the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks…
South Dakota Turn in Poachers Web Site Gets an Upgrade
South Dakota 2010 Hunting and Fishing Licenses Go On Sale Dec. 15
SD Pheasant Limits May Increase In December
South Dakota GFP Offering Conservation Opportunity
Attendance up at Buffalo Roundup in Custer State Park
Brood Survey Indicates Another Good Year For Pheasants
Antelope Licenses Adjusted For Harding, Perkins SD
Pheasants Forever Expanding Farm Bill Biologist Program in South Dakota