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Work began Monday on a $671,000 expansion project for the visitor center at Jewel Cave National Monument in western South Dakota. "This expansion will improve the visitor experience by making it easier for visitors to enter and exit the cave, as well as providing more space for those waiting for a cave tour," Acting Superintendent Donald Hart said. Comment?
... construction, and the cave tour schedule won't be impacted. The National Park Service maintains Jewel Cave National Monument, 13 miles west of Custer. The cave has more than 177 miles of mapped and surveyed passages and is home to nine bat species, ... Comment?
Jewel Cave National Monument in western South Dakota is hosting a Junior Ranger Day this weekend as part of a series of events in celebration of the 99th anniversary of the National Park Service. Saturday's Junior Ranger Day will focus on bats and some of their unique characteristics. Comment?
... to South Dakota contractor Pedersen Excavating to add a bookstore and visitors center at the Jewel Cave National Monument near Custer, S.D. The Jewel Cave is the third-longest cave in the world, covering a total of 166 miles. Contract information ... Comment?
... Pennington and Custer counties west of Highway 79; excluding Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Jewel Cave National Monument and the fenced portions of Wind Cave National Park and Custer State Park. Successful applicants for the mountain goat season ... Comment?
For cavers, poking their heads into dark places can often lead them into new passages. And at Jewel Cave National Monument in South Dakota, that sort of poking around recently led to more than a mile of charted cave. Comment?
... units or send them to the parks. The six units in the state include Badlands National Park, Jewel Cave National Monument, Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, Minuteman Missile National Historic Site, Missouri National Recreational River, Mount ... Comment?
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