Prairie Dogs of the Southwest - References

References

Arizona Game and Fish Department. 2008. Black-tailed prairie dogs return to historical site in Arizona. Wildlife Blog: Wildlife news. Dated October 14, 2008, available at http://www.azgfd.net/wildlife/conservation-news/black-tailed-prairie-dogs-return-to-historical-site-in-arizona/2008/10/14/. Last accessed February 5, 2009.

Colorado Division of Wildlife. 2008. Colorado Gunnison’s and White-tailed Prairie Dog Conservation Plan. September 2008 Draft available for pubic review, available at http://wildlife. state.co.us/WildlifeSpecies/GunnisonsWhitetailPrairie- DogConsPlan.htm.

Hoogland, J. 2006a. Social behavior of prairie dogs. Pps 7-26, In Hoogland, J. (ed.) Conservation of the black-tailed prairie dog: Saving North America’s Western grasslands. Island Press, Washington.

Hoogland, J. 2006b. Demography and population dynamics of prairie dogs. Pps 27-52, In Hoogland, J. (ed.) Conservation of the black-tailed prairie dog: Saving North America’s Western grasslands. Island Press, Washington.

Hoogland, J. 2006c. Introduction: Why care about prairie dogs? Pps 1-6, In Hoogland, J. (ed.) Conservation of the black-tailed prairie dog: Saving North America’s Western grasslands. Island Press, Washington.

Kotliar, N., B. Miller, R. Reading, and T. Clark. 2006. The prairie dog as a keystone species. Pps 53-64, In Hoogland, J. (ed.) Conservation of the black-tailed prairie dog: Saving North America’s Western grasslands. Island Press, Washington.

Luce, R., R. Manes, and B. Van Pelt. 2006. A multi-state plan to conserve prairie dogs. Pps 210-217, In Hoogland, J. (ed.) Conservation of the black-tailed prairie dog: Saving North America’s Western grasslands. Island Press, Washington.

Sidle, J., G. Schenbeck, E. Lawton, and D. Licht. 2006. Role of federal lands in the conservation of prairie dogs. Pps 218- 231, In Hoogland, J. (ed.) Conservation of the black-tailed prairie dog: Saving North America’s Western grasslands. Island Press, Washington.

Sovell, J. 2008. Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site: Draft prairie dog management plan and environmental assessment. Natural Resource Report NPS/SOPN/NRR-2008/001. National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). 2000. Federal Register, Vol. 65, No. 24, February 4, 2000, Proposed Rules. Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; 12-Month Finding for a Petition to List the Black-Tailed Prairie Dog as Threatend.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). 2004. Federal Register, Vol. 69, No. 159, August 18, 2004, Proposed Rules. Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Finding for the Resubmitted Petition to List the Black-Tailed Prairie Dog as Threatend.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). 2008. Gunnison’s prairie dog populations in portions of Colorado and New Mexico warranted for listing under the Endangered Species Act. February 1, 2008 News Release, Office of External Affairs, Mountain-Prairie Region. Available online at http:// www.fws.gov/mountain-prairie/PRESSREL/08-09.htm.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). 2009. Black-tailed prairie dog. Information on endangered species of the Mountain- Prairie Region, USFWS, obtained online at http://www. fws.gov/mountain%2Dprairie/species/mammals/btprairiedog/. Accessed February 2, 2009.

U.S. Geological Survey. 2008. Protecting black-footed ferrets and prairie dogs against sylvatic plague. Two-page Fact Sheet, 2008-3087, October 2008, available at https://www.nwhc.usgs.gov/disease_information/sylvatic_plague/publications/protecting_black-footed_ferrets.pdf.

U.S. Geological Survey. 2009. Black-tailed prairie dog facts. Available online at https://www.mesc.usgs.gov/resources/spotlight/prairiedogs/pdog_facts.asp. Last accessed February 4, 2009.

 

 

Prepared by Patricia Valentine-Darby,  Southern Plains Network Inventory and Monitoring Program, 2009.

Last updated: May 20, 2015