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Prairie dogs are burrowing rodents native to the grasslands of North America. The five different species of prairie dogs are: black-tailed, white-tailed, Gunnison's, Utah, and Mexican prairie dogs. Prairie dog by nalindes

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Coyote and prairie dog can be a bane to agriculture producers, but they are also part of a group of animals that provide extended hunting opportunities in South Dakota.

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Prairie Dog Hunts are conducted primarily during the months of May, June, July and August. The pups show up around March and we begin hunting in May.

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American badger and coyote team up to hunt prairie dogs together. science here: http://www.ecology.info/badger-coyote.htm

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from MNN - Mother Nature Network

Why coyotes and badgers hunt together

Competition and cooperation aren't mutually exclusive. Just ask a coyote or a badger.

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from Mail Online

Jungle boogie! Wildlife photos show that animals can give us humans some pointers on busting the best dancefloor moves

Two Black-tailed Prairie Dogs perform what could be a well drilled routine

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The Brutal Sport of Prairie Dog Hunting To biologists, prairie dogs are a keystone species of the American West. But to a lot of ranchers, farmers, and home owners, prairie dogs are an agricultural pest, a blight on suburban lawns. Shooting and poisoning them, even on federal lands, has somehow become completely legal and acceptable behavior.

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he hunt is conducted on several large Kansas ranches. The hunters are stationed at one point and sit either on shooting benches or off of ground.

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