The Prairie Dog Coalition is an alliance of nonprofit organizations, scientists, and concerned citizens dedicated to the protection of imperiled prairie dogs and the restoration of their habitats. Prairie dogs are the keystone species of our short-grass prairies, one of the most endangered ecosystems in the world.

The PDC recently transitioned out from underneath the Humane Society of the United States and is working on getting back to its roots as a true national coalition. We will continue to update this site and our list of resources as we fine-tune our strategies and goals. If you’d like to hear more about our transformation from Lindsey Sterling Krank, HSUS Wildlife Department’s Director of Prairie Dog Conflict Resolution and PDC’s former director, visit our Facebook page –Facebook.com/PrairieDogCoalition/videos/323661531994414
 

If you have questions or need to contact us, please send an email to:  coordinator@prairiedogcoalition.org
How to Help an Imperiled Colony

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The Prairie Dog Action Packet includes a step-by-step process for conducting a successful prairie dog relocation project.

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Prairie Dog Management

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Creating Prairie Dog Management Plans:

A Guide for Local Governments and Stakeholders

Part 1 - Background and Context

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Creating Prairie Dog Management Plans:

A Guide for Local Governments and Stakeholders

Part 2 - The Management Plan

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