GFP Asks Public to Leave Wild Animals Alone

South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) is reminding the public to leave baby animals where you find them.

This is an active time of year for animals which increases the chances of human-wildlife interactions, says South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks wildlife biologist, Silka Kempema. 

“In some situations it may seem like human intervention is needed, but most often, it is not. If you find wildlife, take the opportunity to observe from a safe distance for both you and the animal.” 

If you care, leave it there.

Sabrina Halvorson

Sabrina is the anchor and reporter for the Dakota News Network, as well as digital director and farm broadcaster for American Ag Radio Network. She travels a lot for the network and enjoys sharing stories and photos from the road - and sometimes the road of life.

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