Prairie dogs are found in the prairies and plains of North America. They can be found in Montana, the Dakotas, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, Utah, and Wyoming.
Prairie dogs live in grassland ecosystems across the west. They were once the most abundant rodent in North America. Trapping, poisoning, and shooting, introduced disease, and habitat loss has led to severe restrictions of their range. However, Prairie dogs have proven to be quite the survivors. They have been expanding in urban and suburban environments due to lack of predators. Though, habitat fragmentation in these environments does limit biodiversity.
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