Pyramid - Arkland Landscape
Protected lands - Pyramid State Park
Priority resources - grassland, shrubland and wetland wildlife; Henslow's sparrow, northern harrier, short-eared owl, Bell's vireo, loggerhead shrike, northern bobwhite, migratory waterfowl, least bittern; potential landscape for greater prairie-chicken re-introduction Conservation philosophy - Maintain shrub, marsh and lake habitats in an open grassland matrix to manage priority wildlife resources, while providing high-quality resource-compatible recreation opportunities.
Key Actions - Continually addressing grassland and shrubland management/succession and invasive species with methods including grazing, prescribed fire, mowing and mechanical and chemical control). Develop site management plan that balances natural resource conservation with recreational
demands; may require re-designation of "Arkland" portion from State Park to State Fish & Wildlife Area.