Elk Mountain Campground Closed
The Elk Mountain Campground is closed and will remain closed through the summer of 2013 due to across the board budget cuts.
Research Bibliography - Coyotes
Cahalane, Victor H. 1948. The Status of Mammals in the US National Park System, 1947. Journal of Mammalogy 29. pp. 247-259.
Canon, S. Kemble. Management of Coyotes for Pronghorn? Division of Range Animal Science, Sul Ross State University.
Dalrymple, Bud. 1919. The Gray Wolf of South Dakota. Altoona Tribune Co., Altoona. 31 p.
Game Preserve 1912-1935. Various Documents.
Gerads, Jacquie R. 2000. Factors Influencing Use of Fecal Line Surveys for Estimating Trends in Predator Populations in Western South Dakota. M.S. Thesis. South Dakota State University. 138 p.
Mogen, Kim. 1977. A History of Animal Management at Wind Cave National Park. 23 p.
Taylor, Robert J. 1991. The Mammalian Predator Community of Wind Cave National Park, Final Report. Utah State University, Logan, UT.
Taylor, Robert J. 1988. The Mammalian Predator Community of Wind Cave National Park. University of Wyoming NPS Research Center 12th Annual Report: 181-185.
Turner, Ronald W. 1974. Mammals of the Black Hills of South Dakota and Wyoming. University of Kansas, Lawrence. Miscellaneous Publication No. 60. 178 p.
Did You Know?
Lewis and Clark, while on their journey up the Missouri River in 1804, noted that this "wild dog of the prairie...appears here in infinite numbers." More...