OUR VIEW: No easy fix for habitat loss in SD
It's difficult to pick sides in the stirring debate between crops and tourism, and more specifically, corn and pheasants.
Saturday, The Daily Republic told the story of Mike Blaalid, a Mitchell-based wildlife biologist, who openly worries that pheasant numbers will decline in the state as more of South Dakota's prairie is converted to cropland.
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