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
The golden retriever breed originally came from the Scottish Highlands in the late 1800s and was used mostly for hunting.Â The breed was then crossed with yellow retriever and with the tweed water spaniel which is now extinct in order to create a superb retriever suited to the Scottish climate, terrain and available game.Â Later integrations of Irish setter, bloodhound, and more tweed water spaniel have made... FULL ARTICLE…
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.
Coyotes often live in packs of about six closely related individuals. But they usualy hunt in pairs, not in whole packs. They live in burrows, often ones dug by groundhogs or badgers, although they may sometimes dig their own. Their favorite foods are small mammals, including voles, prairie dogs, eastern cottontail rabbits, and mice. Both parents take turns feeding the older pups. How do they do it? They throw up partly digested food and let them eat that.