“This Land is Mine”
Prairie Dogs come out from their burrows early in the morning. Their high-pitched, bark-like call is the reason why early settlers called them “prairie dogs”. They apparently issue different sounds identifying various predators, which include hawks, owls, eagles, and ravens among others. Whenever they feel the danger, they raise the alarm and disappear quickly.

Size:
8 x 10
Location:
Badlands National Park, South Dakota

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