The Lower Brule Sioux Tribe Department of Wildlife, Fish and Recreation has been actively managing the wildlife resources and improving habitat on the reservation for over 30 years. Population surveys are conducted annually on all game species. At the end of the hunting seasons, all hunters are sent questionnaires and asked to provide information that helps biologists determine harvest rates of game species. This information is used to develop recommendations for the following hunting season. Thousands of trees and hundreds of acres of food plots are planted annually. In addition, thousands of acres of marginal cropland has been restored to grasslands in the last decade. Rare and endangered species such as the black-footed ferret and swift fox have been reintroduced. Few agencies are managing wildlife at the level of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe. Ask us about our new cabins where you can relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Missouri River guaranteed to heighten your hunting, fishing, hiking or viewing experience.