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The prairie dogs were out in full force when we drove up but we couldn't get close enough to them to get pictures because they ran down their holes as we approached. It was fun to try though. Maybe if we had more time to...More
Our family took us here while we were in town visiting. These little furballs were so cute! The only thing that separates you from them is a little wall so you're able to toss food to them. Some are a bit tamer and will take...More
This place was started in an attempt to pervent what had been a very common animal from going extint because of a poison program by the US Government. They are completely unafraid of people so you can watch them interact and get great pictures. There...More
Take healthy snacks, apples, carrots or sunflower seeds. The apples and carrots are easier to throw.
When you enter the park there is a small area on the right that has some prairie dogs but this isn’t the place. Go in, take the first street...More
While I thought it was fascinating to see all these little critters roaming about, I was disturbed at the amount of litter nearby. Two of the Prairie Dogs (a mom and her baby) were literally fighting over a plastic knife and another eating a plastic...More
We had so much fun looking at the prairie dogs. Do bring something to feed them because they will come right up to you and eat right from your hand. We were lucky we had some nuts to feed them. Something fun and free to...More
Enjoyed sitting here for 30 mins. watching their activities. They are social with each other but territorial. If you insist on feeding them, know what they eat. Small pieces of apple were good but you must be able to throw. They won't come close to...More