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Thank you to all of the individual supporters, volunteers, consultants, conservation groups, agencies, and foundations who have contributed to our work including the following:

  • Animal Defense League of Arizona
  • Ann & Joe Walka
  • Arne & Ruthanne Hassing
  • Ashley Campbell
  • Blair Davis
  • Bread for the Journey
  • Cheryl and Roger Naumann
  • Chris Calvo
  • Cindy Schiele
  • Clara Miranda
  • Dallas Larsen
  • Dave and Marcia Lamkin
  • Deb Jensen
  • Desiree Johnson
  • Dr. Con Slobodchikoff, NAU
  • Eleanor Bogan Family Estate
  • Erika Nowak
  • Felipe Garcia, City of Flagstaff Parks and Recreation
  • Flagstaff Community Foundation
  • Grafix WebWorks
  • Grand Canyon Trust
  • Grand Canyon Wildlands Council
  • Jean Myers
  • Joanne Howell
  • John Hansen
  • Juanita Gillis
  • Julio Martinez
  • Karen Michael
  • Kaye Hobbs
  • Lally McGhie
  • Lindsey Sterling-Crank, Prairie Dog Coalition
  • Marilyn Kostka
  • Matt Campbell
  • Max Johnson
  • Nate Renn
  • Nita Paden
  • Paula Martin
  • Perry Crampton
  • Rachel Golden
  • Randi Cuny
  • Ray Hruby
  • Rick Miller, AZ Game & Fish Habitat Manager
  • Rita Johnson
  • Roz Clark
  • Sansar Best, Museum of Northern AZ
  • Sarah Lantz, AZ Game & Fish
  • Scott Stollery
  • Second Chance Center for Animals
  • Sun State Equipment Co.
  • Susan Harris
  • Susan Lamb-Bean
  • Susi MacVean, AZ Game & Fish
  • Suzanne Motsinger
  • Tancy Grubb
  • Toni Prothero
  • Trudy & Al Jura
  • Wanda Uranich
  • Westcor
  • Al White
  • Zach Zdinak, Life Drawing and Education
Prairie Dog Life

Click on the burrow images to find out more.

Nursing Chamber

A mother keeps her young pups safe while the other Prairie Dogs investigate the snake.

Entering the Burrow

A prairie dog hears an emergency cry of "snake" and goes to investigate.

Listening chamber

A prairie dog sits listening just beneath the surface of the ground.

The Rattlesnake

The rattlesnake found a prairie dog burrow to sleep in but has been discovered by the prairie dogs.

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