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4 edition of Prairie Dogs (Our Wild World) found in the catalog.

Prairie Dogs (Our Wild World)

by Marybeth Lorbiecki

  • 327 Want to read
  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Northword Press .
Written in English

  • Mammals,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Nonfiction,
  • Children: Grades 3-4,
  • Prairie dogs,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • General,
  • Animals - General,
  • Animals - Dogs

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsWayne Ford (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9619317M
    ISBN 101559718838
    ISBN 109781559718837

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Prairie Dogs (Our Wild World) by Marybeth Lorbiecki Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book is illustrated with gorgeous photographs. This book is an excellent purchase for a readable overview about these animals. If you want to know the full details on how prairie dogs get along with each other, check out the Hoogland book on social behavior of prairie dogs.

It is great, but not as easy to read as this one!5/5(6). Let's Look at Prairie Dogs (Lightning Bolt Books ® ― Animal Close-Ups) Paperback – August 1, by Christine Zuchora-Walske (Author) › Visit Amazon's Christine Zuchora-Walske Page.

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Prairie dogs live in large colonies, known as “towns”, all over the Great Plains in the USA and Northern Mexico. Price distribution. Prairie dog hunting is not particularly expensive. Most outfitters charge from $ to $ a hunter a day.

In fact, your most significant expense item will probably be ammunition: prairie dog hunting involves. Prairie Dogs book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

Describes a year in the life of prairie dogs during which they build and repa 5/5(1). It's no secret that the prairie dog is the ecological hub of the prairie's existance. "No prairie dogs, no prairie" or the animals that coexist on the prairie only because of the prairie dogs.

This small book is packed with photos and info about the life of the PD. easily readable and easily understood.

I gave it for Christmas to my PD keeper.5/5(1). A Prairie Dog's Life A Prairie Dog's Life. Informational (nonfiction), words, Level M (Grade 2), Lexile L.

A Prairie Dog's Life provides information about prairie dogs by describing the adventures of Charlie the prairie dog. The book informs readers about where prairie dogs live, what they look like, and how they respond to danger. Constantine Slobodchikoff and colleagues synthesize the results of their long-running study of Gunnison's prairie dogs (Cynomys gunnisoni), one of the keystone species of the short-grass prairie set their research in the context of the biology of the five Cynomys species found in the United States and Mexico, and detail their investigation into the prairie/5.

Prairie dogs from the same colony nuzzle and kiss when they meet. If prairie dogs from different colonies meet, they stare, chatter, flick their tails and may fight or chase each other. Black tailed prairie dogs have about 11 calls. When danger is near they alert other members of the colony by making a loud yelp or bark.

Prairie Dogs: A Wildlife Handbook. Kim Long. Big Earth Publishing, - Nature - pages. 0 Reviews. A combination illustrated field guide, fact book, and folklore collection, Prairie Dogs is the latest addition to the highly-acclaimed Johnson Nature Series.

A Prairie Dog's Life provides information about prairie dogs by describing the adventures of Charlie the prairie dog. The book informs readers about where prairie dogs live, what they look like, and how they respond to danger.

The book includes photographs with captions,a diagram, and. Prairie dogs are accused of damaging crops and pastures by eating or trimming them for a better field of vision.

Some fear that prairie dogs' burrows may create hazards for livestock, people, or farm machinery. The seriousness of these potential. The prairie dogs produced highly similar alarm calls for each person in the lab coat, except for one especially short researcher.

But they chirped in very different ways for most of the different Author: Ferris Jabr. Focusing on the role of prairie dogs as a keystone species, this book tells the connected histories of the North American grassland prairies and current efforts to preserve and recover the Janos grasslands in northern Mexico.

Get this from a library. Prairie dogs. [Meryl Magby] -- Provides basic information about prairie dogs, including habitat, behavior, and anatomy. “[My parents] got tired of eating potatoes, and prairie dogs weren’t kosher.” Isadore Pitts, son of Jewish immigrants to South Dakota, about Linking the personal and the historical, Linda Mack Schloff integrates oral accounts, diaries, letters, and autobiographies with original research and interpretation to present the little-known story of the Jewish.

Prairie dog, (genus Cynomys), any of five species of burrowing, colony-forming squirrels that inhabit plains, high plateaus, and montane valleys in North short, coarse fur is grizzled yellowish buff to reddish or rich cinnamon.

Prairie dogs have a short tail, small rounded ears, and short legs with long, strong claws. The authors synthesize the results of their long-running study of Gunnison's prairie dogs (Cynomys gunnisoni), one of the keystone species of the short-grass prairie ecosystem.

By examining the complex factors behind prairie dog decline, we can begin to understand the problems inherent in our adversarial relationship with the natural world. I was previewing this book when my 7 yo curled up beside me and asked me to read aloud. Gradually my 5, 9, and 11 yos trickled in to the room to listen.

We read it through in one sitting and they all enjoyed it. It teaches facts about prairie dogs in narrative fashion. Prairie Dog got a few giggles from my kids, and there were a few times 5/5(1).

Get this from a library. Prairie dogs. [Mari C Schuh] -- "This search-and-find book invites early readers to look for new vocabulary words and pictures while giving simple facts about a prairie dog's backyard habitat, body parts, and behaviors" Destroying prairie-dogs and pocket-gophers / (Manhattan, Kan.: Experiment Station, Kansas State Agricultural College, ), by David E.

Lantz (page images at HathiTrust) Zinc phosphide: its development as a control agent for black-tailed prairie dogs / (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, ), by. A is probably the most used caliber for hunting prairie dogs because it has good velocity and medium wind drift characteristics.

While the is also the easiest to find and cheaper than the and per round typically. Ruger is the smallest round recommended for Kansas prairie dog hunting.Prairie dogs require companionship, they need to be with either another Prairie dog or require much attention from you as its owner.

Pet Prairie dogs are very clean animals. Others have kept three Prairie dogs in a large cage for many years and except for a once a week cleaning, & have done little else to maintain these sweet creatures.Prairie Dogs, a unique look into a wonderous world of adventure.

Be intrigued as you follow the story of the life of a daring hero. An ordinary sentry, trying to save his society from a villainous chancellor set out to take control over Prairie World and destroy mankind in the process.