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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


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.


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.


American badger and coyote team up to hunt prairie dogs together. science here:

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.

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


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.


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.