No. Prairie dogs are considered pests by many farmers because they eat and damage crops, but the land that is good for farming is also the prairie dog’s natural habitat. In that sense, humans have ‘invaded’ the prairie dog habitat. Absent farmland, areas with prairie dogs are home to diverse populations of wildlife, including birds and prairie dog predators.
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