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    For instance, the Clayton community could very well prevent Zenda Farms from being shut down if something that serious were to happen if they all got together. Lastly, the Clayton populace is currently one of the primary consumers of products from Zenda Farms; so the community provides Zenda with almost a direct source of revenue. Conservation About 390 acres of Zenda Farms are open meadows and fields that are under an agreement with the Wildlife Habitat Incentive Program (WHIP) to preserve the grasslands areas in an effort to protect the grassland habitat birds, which some of whom are endangered. The agreement prohibits mowing the grasslands until the birds’ nesting seasons are over. The vernal pools at Zenda Farms attract many diverse types of birds and waterfowls, reptiles,…

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    The prairie dog has a very advanced home. The prairie dog is a small rabbit-sized rodent. Prairie dogs are small rabbit-sized rodents that live in grasslands in North America. They live in underground burrows, large tunnels, and chambers marked by mounds of dirt by their entrances. Burrows also have nurseries, toilets, sleeping quarters, and they even have listening posts. Prairie dogs are pretty advanced, for an animal. Prairie dogs live in large colonies, in underground burrows in grasslands…

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    Essay On Prairie Dogs

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    contrast, the Defenders of Wildlife, focus more on the livelihood of prairie dogs. In Threats to Prairie dogs, the biggest threat are humans. State and federal agencies are okay with shooting and poisoning prairie dogs to regulate land. In 1998, prairie dogs were put on candidate list as threatened species, and in 2004, that changed. The US Forest service planned a mass poisoning of prairie dogs since their population grew so quickly. Farmers and ranchers are also another big human threat, as…

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    Savannas Description

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    Overall Description Savannas are characterized by flat, grassy plains with few trees. The word “savanna” comes from zabana in Taino (a language used by a now-extinct Native American group that lived in the Bahamas). Zabana was used to describe vast, dry, and treeless fields, but definition has expanded over time to even include grasslands of Florida and plains with palm trees in Venezuela. Climate Savannas normally undergo wet summers and dry winters. During the dry season, most of the little…

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    In a small burrow on the side of a large hill a small rodent sits waiting for a clear coast to jump out and find something to eat. These smaller animals sometimes have it hard trying to find a place to live, something to keep them from predators and finding something to eat. The prairie dog may be found in the region of south-central Canada to northeastern Mexico, has tan and brown fur covering most of its body, and has a diet of mostly grasses, plants, and weeds. The Black-tailed prairie dog…

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    Sarah’s Amazing Realization Deep into the murky woods, dwelled animals of all kinds. Animals big and small lived together in the massive woodland. One animal named Sarah, a slimy, slow, mucky snail, lived in a petite log in the middle of the woods. Lonely and friendless, Sarah existed exclusively in silent solitude. Sarah’s reluctance to socialize made her more reclusive. but she undertakes the challenge, at times, to interact with other animals in the neighborhood. One day Sarah slid down the…

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    near val Marie Saskatchewan it was established in the year 1980. As soon as we got there we met our tour guide smith he led us through the park showing us the different wildlife and trees and plants. As we were walking through I saw a black footed ferret climbing up a tree. Smith said “stop you got to be really quiet if you want to see him or you’ll scare him and hell run off. John and I were really quiet as we walked up closer to it. It looked a lot smaller than I had imagined it was the size…

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    Symbolism Within “The Veldt” Within literature, symbolism is used by assigning symbolic meanings to objects, settings, or actions to represent an idea or characteristic. In the short story “The Veldt,” Ray Bradbury uses various symbols within the text that allow the readers to identify what the author is trying to tell them. The symbols allow the readers to define the character of Wendy and Peter and the relationship they have with their parents and the house, a broader understanding of the…

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    Algonquin Wolf Essay

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    The Southern Bog Lemming is native to Ottawa, Canada and is often found in bogs, moist places, and sometimes deciduous forests and meadows. Lemmings are small mouse-like animals that on average weigh 35 grams. The dorsal side tends to be dark brown while the ventral side is a silver-ish gray. Algonquin Wolf The Algonquin Wolf is native to Ottawa, Canada and is a hybrid of the Eastern Wolf, Gray Wolf, and Coyote. Algonquin Wolves are usually found in, but not limited to, deciduous and mixed…

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    It’s being a year to stay in India’s one of the most dynamic landscape that keep changes throughout the year, but it is still amusing me daily. Vast silent plains with miles of visibility that is only broken sometimes by clouds of dust, “Merage” shining on horizon gives a feel of water but no water available nowhere. Mosaic of Creaks on the plains shows the scarcity of moisture even in soil. Rising temperature in summer makes this habitat even harsh for life to survive. This is the Grasslands…

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