Fort Pierre National Grassland has fewer prairie chicken, grouse
PIERRE (AP) — Prairie chicken and grouse numbers are down sharply from last year on the Fort Pierre National Grassland in central South Dakota, and officials say the drought a year ago is a likely reason.
Biologists say there's no cause for alarm because populations in recent years have been strong, meaning hunters could still see a good year.
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