Black Tailed Prairie Dog InformationResources regarding relocating prairie dogs and the permitting required.
Information and Facts on Black-Tailed Prairie Dogs
Trapping and Relocating Prairie Dogs State Regulations
Colorado State regulations on relocating prairie dogs.
Black-tailed Prairie Dog Preservation, Conservation, and Relocation
Non-profit for Prairie Dog Relocation and Preservation
Wild Places Inc.
Wild Places is a non-profit working in the state of Colorado for the conservation and preservation of the black-tailed prairie dog. WP has been practicing relocations for over a decade.
Contact: Susan Honeycutt – Executive Director at 303-546-9478
Prairie Dog Action
Prairie Dog Action is a non-profit organization committed to saving the Black-Tailed Prairie Dog.
Contact Deb Jones, President at firstname.lastname@example.org or Notestodj@aol.com
Prairie Preservation Alliance
Prairie Preservation Alliance is dedicated to the protection, restoration, and preservation of grassland habitat throughout the range of the shortgrass prairie.
Contact: 303.638.4672 or email@example.com
Prairie Preserves, Inc.
Restoring native grass communities and practicing black-tailed prairie dog relocations.
Contact: Pam Wanek at 303-280-8860 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Managing Prairie Dog Populations
Information on managing prairie dog populations from Colorado State.
Current Status of the Black Tailed Prairie Dog
Questions and Answers Regarding the Status Review Finding for the Black-Tailed Prairie Dog
Colorado Dept of Agriculture exposure risk to endangered species in Colorado from Prairie Dog control Methods.