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A Prairie Dog Abatement Program in San Juan County, Utah
Great Plains Wildlife Damage Control Workshop Proceedings
  • Terry A. Messmer, Utah State University
  • Jim Keyes, Utah State University Extension Service
  • Roy McDonald, USDA/APHIS/ADC - Salt Lake City, Utah
Date of this Version
12-8-1993
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.

Citation Information
Terry A. Messmer, Jim Keyes and Roy McDonald. "A Prairie Dog Abatement Program in San Juan County, Utah" (1993)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/terry-messmer/4/