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Prairie Dog Hunting

Killing and calling it a sport is barbaric... how can you call something a sport when your opponent is unarmed? And people hang animal heads on their walls like they did something spectacular... look at me, I killed an innocent unarmed animal with my big gun... makes me sick every time I see one!! When people that like to call it a sport go and fight unarmed (like the animal) and go hand to hand/paw, then you can call it a sick sport!! I would love to see it and would even pay to see that!!!


Look at this GREAT site-


Rabbits, Hares and Pika - Food for the World

These are the rabbits we see at the new house..................Texas Jackrabbit ... his ears earned him the name (looks similar to those of a jack ass). His long legs and cunning has led many a hunting dog on the wild and fruitless chase ... but oh so fun to watch! Pooo has given me this look b4


The Long and Short of it All: A Dachshund Dog News Magazine: Royal Dachshund Watch: Caroline, Princess of Hanover


Cat field biologists (in camouflage) observing the rare black and white Lesser Prairie Chicken.


Wild Boar aren't native to the prairies, but a few have escaped from farms, including one that joined our cattle, when we had them.


Prairie Dog Hunts are conducted primarily during the months of May, June, July and August. The pups show up around March and we begin hunting in May.