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Prairie Dogs

Kansas's prairie dogs have a bit of a reprieve. Stay tuned for more information on how you can show your support at the rescheduled court hearing.
Dear Wildlife Supporter,

I’ve just learned that the court hearing on whether or not to force wildlife-friendly landowners to destroy prairie dog towns on their property has been postponed.

Originally scheduled for this Friday, the hearing will now take place in late March.

This is great news for the prairie dogs and the wildlife that depends on them, since the main poison that the county wanted to use can’t be applied between March 15th and October 1st.

We’ll be sure to let you know when the new court date will be so that you can show your support by attending.

Ranchers Bette and Larry Haverfield, the other wildlife-friendly landowners and the wildlife they want to protect will still need your show of support when the hearing takes place.

Please stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.

Thanks for all you do to protect our wildlife and the places it lives.

Jonathan Proctor Sincerely,

Jonathan Proctor
Southern Rockies/Great Plains Representative
Defenders of Wildlife

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