publication . Other literature type . 1993

A Prairie Dog Abatement Program in San Juan County, Utah

Messmer, Terry A.; Keyes, Jim; McDonald, Roy;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 1993
  • Publisher: Hosted by Utah State University Libraries
  • Country: United States
Abstract
Four species of prairie dogs are native to the plains and plateaus of the western United States. The most abundant and widely distributed of these is the blacktailed prairie dog, (Cynomys ludovicianus). This species has been a frequent topic of discussion at previous Great Plains Wildlife Damage Control workshops. Black-tailed prairie dog ecology and management was the topic of a panel discussion held at the Fifth Great Plains Wildlife Damage Control Workshop, in Lincoln, Nebraska (Timm and Johnson 1982) and the theme topic at the Eighth Great Plains Wildlife Damage Control Workshop in Rapid City, South Dakota (Uresk et al. 1988). The remaining three prairie dog...
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free text keywords: prairie dog, abatement, wildlife, Forest Management
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