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America's National Wildlife Refuge System
Learn More >> Black-tailed Prairie Dogs Are Back Photo Credit: USFWS Black-tailed prairie dogs are back in the desert grasslands of Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge in New Mexico – their home for generations. Today, prairie dogs inhabit only ...
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Colorado Office - Defenders of Wildlife
Rockies, and bison, black-tailed prairie dogs, black-footed ferrets and swift fox to the Great Plains. This ... Black-footed Ferret Black-tailed Prairie Dog Lynx Community Activism Employment Outreach Representative - Colorado See All Defenders Jobs> Swift Fox Choose an animal or habitat Alligator Bald Eagle Bats Beluga Whale Bighorn Sheep Bison Black ...
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Jonathan Proctor - Defenders of Wildlife
Representative Areas of Expertise: Southern Rockies and Great Plains conservation issues, black-tailed prairie dogs, black-footed ferrets, bison, swift fox, wolves Based in the Denver ... prairie dogs and the grassland ecosystem,ā€¯ a chapter in Conservation of the Black-Tailed Prairie Dog (Island Press, 2006). Jonathan represents Defenders as a member of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Serviceā€™s black ...
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Black-tailed Prairie Dogs in Kansas
Black-tailed Prairie Dogs in Kansas BLACK-TAILED PRAIRIE DOG Photo by Bob Gress Black-tailed Prairie Dog Cynomys ludovicianus Measurements: Total Length: 14-17 inches Tail Length: 2 - 4 inches Weight: 1-3 pounds Comments: Black-tailed prairie dogs, named for their black ...
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Prairie Dogs @ nationalgeographic.com
Prairie/8393/i_pdcentral.html Burrow through diverse links to sites on prairie dogs. Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center http://www.npsc.nbs.gov/resource/distr/mammals/mammals/prairie.htm Learn about the black-tailed prairie ...
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National Geographic: Lewis & Clark—Animals—Black-Tailed Prairie Dog
Black-Tailed Prairie Dog SHOWING RECORD: 2 of 19   Black-Tailed Prairie Dog Illustration by Gerald Rapp & Cullen Inc./Laszlo Kubinyi Black-Tailed Prairie Dog Cynomys ludovicianus ludovicianus Subspecies of Prairie Dog September 7, 1804, in Boyd County, Nebraska. Large prairie ...
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Prairie Dog Coalition - About Prairie Dogs
It lives in just a few places in the mountain valleys of central Utah. Both black-tailed prairie dogs and Mexican prairie dogs live in the low, dry grasslands and do not hibernate. The black-tailed prairie dog is the largest and most numerous of all prairie ...
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Prairie Dog Coalition - White Tailed Prairie Dog
Males compete and display aggression at a more moderate level. A juvenile white-tailed prairie dog emerges from its natal ... prairie dogs. Animal Behaviour 27:394-407. Hoogland, J.L. 1981. The evolution of coloniality in white-tailed and black-tailed prairie dogs. Ecology 62:252-272. Hoogland, J.L. 2003. Sexual dimorphism of prairie dogs ...
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Myths: Facts and Fiction about Prairie Dogs
Tell them what you have learned about prairie dogs and refer them to this Web site. MYTH: Prairie Dogs Are Everywhere Actually, black-tailed prairie dogs occupy less than 1 percent of the land they occupied a century ago. 6* Remaining prairie ...
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Prairie Dogs as "Pets"
There is now no refuting that black-tailed prairie dogs are in danger of being pushed to extinction in the near future. That said, prairie dogs should not be removed from the prairie ...
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