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Nature Area) containing remnant riparian cottonwood forest habitats along the Missouri River in central South Dakota during spring and fall migrations. These habitats have continued to decline in the more than 50 years since Lake Sharpe was created. GFP has banded each spring and fall at Farm Island Recreation Area since 1992. In the spring of 2004 we opened a second banding station at Fisherman Point, located within the Oahe Downstream Recreation Area. The year 2011 was the exception to the consecutive string of spring and fall banding sessions when extreme flooding prevented access to the sites.
We band at a private home and space is limited.