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Black-tailed Prairie Dogs in Kansas
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 ...
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America's National Wildlife Refuge System
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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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
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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The Raptor Foundation - Red-tailed Buzzard
Information. Copy this link to your RSS Reader. Red-Tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) Length 43-64cm 17-25" Wingspan ... Buteo family and so correctly called a Red-tailed Buzzard. The Red Tailed Buzzard is the most widely distributed diurnal ... prairie dogs, rodents & birds. The females are able to catch prey up to the size of hares (jack rabbit or cottontail in US terms). There are reports of Red-Tailed ...
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Prairie Dogs @ nationalgeographic.com
Gunnison’s, Utah, white-tailed, and Mexican. Four of the species live in western states such as Arizona, Colorado, Nebraska, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming; the fifth lives in Mexico. Prairie dogs ...
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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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Forest Service Approves Plan to Poison More Prairie Dogs on National Grasslands - Defenders of Wildlife
National Grasslands. Prairie dogs have no known resistance to the disease, which can wipe out whole colonies. Three years of poisoning combined with plague has reduced prairie ... in the Badlands (Summer 2005) Wildlife Fact Sheets Black-Footed Ferret Bison Prairie Dog, Black-Tailed WILDLIFEeNEWS See latest eNews > Privacy Policy > Programs & Policy Wildlife Conservation Habitat ...
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