Thunder Basin National Grassland contains 85,000 acres where prairie dogs are protected from poisons and shooting. Today, it’s home to the best black-tailed prairie dog population on any public lands in America.
But a few outspoken ranchers have pressured the U.S. Forest Service into proposing a plan to go back on their promise and poison all prairie dog colonies on the National Grassland within ¼ mile of private or state land. This would sentence an estimated 18,000 prairie dogs to a horrific death by poison.
The Forest Service needs to hear from you. Tell them that poisoning prairie dogs on our National Grasslands is outrageous and irresponsible.
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Opposing the Thunder Basin National Grassland Prairie Dog Amendment
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