Sand Lake Wetland Management District is in the central portion of the Prairie Pothole Region. Sincelands are purchased with outdoor enthusiasts' dollars, they are managed so that the public may use them for a variety of activities. These include hunting, hiking, photography, wildlife observation, outdoor education, and interpretation.
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The, which includes eight north central South Dakota counties, is comprised of 43,000 acres of Waterfowl Production Areas. Waterfowl Production Areas are open to hunting, fishing, trapping, wildlife photography, wildlife observation, environmental education, and interpretation. The Sand Lake Wetland Management District has an active easement acquisition program that partners with willing landowners to preserve important wildlife habitats on private lands.
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