By maintaining habitat beneficial to South Dakota Ring Necked Pheasants, other wildlife flourish. Other upland game birds, such as Sharp-Tailed Grouse and Prairie Chicken, are increasing their populations. Both White Tail and Mule Deer are plentiful. Antelope range through wheat and soybean fields. Ducks, Geese, and Sandhill Cranes migrate through the area. Coyotes and Fox enjoy good hunting yet do not damage the overall Pheasant population. Hawks and Owls circle over areas of pheasant concentration. Bald and Golden Eagles spend their winters here dining on Pheasant every day.

Buffalo have been returned to the area as commercial food production by local ranchers.

All this wildlife thrives in harmony while providing incredible numbers of all-natural, wild, South Dakota Ring Necked Pheasants.