What photograph do you take with the letter 'U'? It is birthing season for the wildlife in Custer State Park - udder?! No, no, no...we went for 'underground animals' and 'under mama's care' for this week's photographs. We hope you enjoy the prairie dogs and feral burros this week.
On a trip to Devil's Tower this weekend, we encountered what some see as the 'scourge of the earth', while others see as cute, little furry animals - the prairie dog. Prairie dogs are burrowing rodents native to the grasslands of North America.
Prairie dogs are named for their habitat and warning call, which sounds like a dog's bark. The rodents were first described by the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1804, saying they had "discovered a village of an animal the French call the Prairie Dog." Lewis described it later in more detail as the "barking squirrel".
And who could resist a young, feral burro under the protection of it's mother.
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