"I strongly oppose amending the Thunder Basin National Grassland prairie dog plan to poison all prairie dog colonies on federal lands within 1/4 mile of private and state lands. Prairie dogs are native wildlife and essential to healthy populations of numerous other species. There are better non-lethal ways to manage prairie dogs where they border hostile neighboring lands. Continue to use vegetative barriers to deter prairie dogs from expanding onto neighboring lands, and when necessary, relocate prairie dog colonies from these boundary areas to fully protected areas far from private lands, as you are doing now in some locations."
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