• Wind Cave National Park - Two Worlds

    Wind Cave

    National Park South Dakota

Research Bibliography - Other Animals

Anderson, Tamara K. 2003. Land Snail Survey of Wind Cave National Park.

Blank, J.L. 1991. Phenotypic Variation in Physiological Response to Seasonal Environments. Mammalian Energetics:Interdisciplinary Views of Metabolism and Reproduction. Cornell University Press. 40 p.

Blank, James L. and Ruf, Thomas. 1991. Effect of Reproductive Function on Cold Tolerance in Deer Mice. 22 p.

Bock, Carl E. and Bock, Jane H. 1983. Responses of Birds and Deer Mice to Prescribed Burning in Ponderosa Pine. Journal of Wildlife Management 47.

Cline, Elizabeth Whippo. 1991. Literature Available in the Wind Cave National Park Library Addressing the Natural Resources of South Dakota and the Black Hills. 22 p.

Dalrymple, Bud. 1919. The Gray Wolf of South Dakota. Altoona Tribune Co., Altoona. 31 p.

Duckwitz, Jeremy J. 2001. Small Mammal Survey of Wind Cave National Park. South Dakota State University. 95 p.

Ford, Richard C. 1986. Black Hills Stream Inventory and Classification 1984 and 1985. SD Department of Game, Fish and Parks.

Forde, Jon D. 1983. The Effect of Fire on Bird and Small Mammal Communities in the Grasslands of Wind Cave National Park. M.S. Thesis. Michigan Technological University. 132+ p.

Forde, J.D. and Sloan, N.F. 1983. The Effect of Fire on Bird and Small Mammal Communities in the Grasslands of Wind Cave National Park. University of Wyoming NPS Research Center 6th Annual Report: 95-99.

Forde, J.D. and Sloan, N.F. 1982. Effects of Fire on Bird and Small Mammal Communities in the Grasslands of Wind Cave National Park. University of Wyoming NPS Research Center 6th Annual Report: 106-110.

Frest, Terranece J. and Johannes, Edward J. 1993. Land Snail Survey of the Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota and Wyoming. Final Report Contract #43-67TO-2-0054. 156 p. + Appendix 122 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.

Johnson, Dave R. 1976. Peromyscus maniculatus Activity in a Prairie Dog Town, Wind Cave National Park. 9 p.

Lawson, Tamara A. 1998. A Systematic Survey of the Dragonflies and Damselflies (Odonata) Found on Wind Cave National Park (WICA) May through August 1998. 34 p.

Marrone, Gary M. 2001. A Butterfly Survey of Wind Cave National Park, Custer County, South Dakota.

McClanahan, Lester F. 1981. Biological Assessment of the Wind Cave National Park Prairie Dog Management Program with Respect to the Endangered Black-Footed Ferret.

Mogen, Kim. 1977. A History of Animal Management at Wind Cave National Park. 23 p.

Redak, Richard A., Detling, James K. and Capinera, John L. 1998. The Role of Prairie Dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus) and Bison (Bison bison) in Determining the Abundance and Species Composition of Grasshoppers in Wind Cave National Park. Colorado State University. 5 p.

Shown, Douglas A. 1982. The Effects of Prescribed Burning on Bird and Small Mammal Communities in the Grasslands of Wind Cave National Park. M.S. Thesis. Michigan Technological University. 94 p.

Shown, D.A., and Sloan, N.F. 1981. Effects of Fire on Bird and Small Mammal Communities in the Grasslands of Wind Cave National Park.

Shown, D.A. and Sloan, N.F. 1980. Effect of Fire on Bird and Small Mammal Communities in the Grasslands of Wind Cave National Park. University of Wyoming NPS Research Center 4th Annual Report: 102-106.

Shreves, Dennis D. 1991. Back From the Brink, Ferret Habitat Survey at Wind Cave National Park. American Congress on Surveying and Mapping.

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.

Walthall, G.E. 1962. Insects of Wind Cave National Park. 2 p.

Did You Know?

Bull elk in the park.

A Rocky Mountain bull elk weighs between 700 - 800 pounds. Rocky Mountain elk were introduced to the park in 1914 and 1916. More...