Situated on Mud Lake, a large oxbow lake formerly the main channel of the Missouri River, the Adams Nature Preserve offers wetlands and gallery forest that provide excellent habitat for waterfowl and landbirds.
Founded in 1949, SDOU has been South Dakota's primary statewide organization to promote the study of wild birds, to encourage ornithological research, and to preserve the state's avian records. Birders, environmentally-concerned individuals, ornithologists and other natural scientists all contribute to these efforts.
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