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ASM | Mammals of Wyoming
X,P 100; 1108 440 Black-tailed Prairie Dog Cynomys ludovicianus eastern 1/2 over grazed short grass prairie X 105 White-tailed Prairie Dog Cynomys leucurus western 1/2 shrub grass and desert ... 1214; 440 454 Black-footed Ferret Mustela nigripes single location Big Horn Basin associated with prairie dog colonies X 128 126 Mink Mustela vison statewide near open water X 1129 Wolverine Gulo gulo ...
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NMPIF Other 2
New Mexico increased over 50% maintain early successional weedy fields, mid-grass prairie and shrubby shortgrass areas manage grazing in shortgrass areas to maintain appropriate habitat ... open grassland/agricultural areas for foraging; nests in isolated, flat-topped junipers Maintenance of prairie dog colonies near nest locations may be important YBCU large well-developed pecan orchards; often ...
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Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory's Hawk Stalk Photo Album
Ferret, Ferruginous Hawks managed to survive in good numbers despite the widespread destruction of prairie dog colonies and conversion of the prairies to agriculture. Their new problem seems to be human intrusion ... the short-grass prairies of the western Great Plains now depend in large part on prairie dog towns for breeding habitat. They're less demanding in winter and will use a variety ...
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Mammal Populations of the Colorado Plateau
Black-footed ferret (Mustela nigripes) The activities of the black-tailed prairie dog–grazing and construction of burrows and mounds–and, by association its chief predator, the ... nearly became extinct, and efforts are now underway to reintroduce the species into some prairie dog colonies. 20th-century management of deer and elk populations for game hunting and continued trapping ...
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Myths: Facts and Fiction about Prairie Dogs
Prairie dogs improve the forage for cattle, and cattle grazing allows prairie dog colonies to expand in mid-grass prairie. Both cattle and prairie ...
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RANGE magazine.com - Spring 2002 - Dogs of the Prairie
Far from being a pesky varmint, the prairie dog is a “keystone” species, one on which a host of other species depend for sustenance; (2) Prairie ... that the blacktailed prairie dog has lost 99 percent of its original habitat. That proposition may be sound ecology, but inasmuch as the population density in local prairie dog colonies on Boulder County ...
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Forest Service Approves Plan to Poison More Prairie Dogs on National Grasslands - Defenders of Wildlife
Buffalo Gap, Fort Pierre, and Oglala National Grasslands in South Dakota and Nebraska. The plan also mandates poisoning if prairie dog colonies ... Pierre National Grasslands. Thousands of acres of prairie dog colonies - prime wildlife habitat - were destroyed. With today’s decision, all prairie dog colonies not within ferret management areas, even those ...
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National Geographic Coloring Book: Prairie Dog Picture
Prairie Dogs Prairie dog families live in underground colonies called burrows. The burrows can be more than a hundred feet (30 meters) long and have many different compartments (at bottom) where the prairie ...
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Prairie Dog Coalition - White Tailed Prairie Dog
Support Coalition Funders Volunteer Opennings About Prairie Dogs Black Tailed Prairie Dog White Tailed Prairie Dog Mexican Prairie Dog Utah Prairie Dog Gunnison's Prairie Dog Fascinating Facts Associated Species Alerts Children ... prairie dog species, behavioral observations of white-tails are not abundant. White-tails live in harem-polygynous family groups within medium-sized and semi-dense colonies ...
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Prairie Dog Coalition - Mexican Prairie Dog
(Cynomys mexicanus). Journal of Mammalogy 85:1095-1101. Trevino-Villarreal, J., W.E. Grant, and A. Cardona-Estrada. 1997. Characterization of soil texture in Mexican prairie dog (Cynomys mexicanus) colonies. Texas Journal of Science 49:207-214. Trevino-Villarreal, J., and W.E. Grant. 1998. Geographic range of the endangered Mexican prairie dog ...
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