Why should people care about prairie dogs?
The primary mission of this project is to educate the public on the importance of protecting prairie dogs in the wild by broadening the conversation through a fun and entertaining series of informative eBooks.
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Keystone Prairie Dogs is an online conservation project designed to support environmental groups that have done extraordinary work to preserve the five remaining species of prairie dogs and their fragmented habitat across the eleven U.S. states of their historic range.
Your support is greatly appreciated. Please buy an eBook and/or donate to one or all of the groups listed in the “resources” tab, because they do the hard work of relocating prairie dogs and fighting for them in the wild. Please put “referred by Keystone Prairie Dogs” on your check or credit card donation memo. Thank You!
These eBooks combine political satire, social commentary, goofy spoofs and schtick--with a serious conservation message and information provided by wildlife experts.
Everyone loves animal humor!
Keystones live in family units, just like people. Their underground homes have separate chambers for a nursery, potty, sleeping and most have a back door.
Each keystone has a distinctly different personality. Some are gregarious and playful, while others are more serious and reserved.
And they talk to each other through body language and a series of vocalizations…some loud, some quiet and some playful…just like people.
Keystone Prairie Dog images are used in the eBook series and for various Prairie Dog Press articles. The messages are environmentally based, depictions of social commentary and political spoofs.