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Fancy Plague Kills Prairie Dog Colonies Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge

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An outbreak of plague has killed two colonies of prairie dogs at the Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge prompting staff to close some areas to visitors out of caution as the disease poses the An outbreak of plague has killed two colonies of prairie dogs at the Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge prompting staff to close some areas to visitors out of caution as the disease poses the And an outbreak in a prairie dog town in Texas at the Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge near Muleshoe has park officials closing a portion of the refuge. There are an average of seven human cases every year in the U.S. and 1000 to 2000 cases reported worldwide with the highest incidences in Africa.

An outbreak of plague has killed two colonies of prairie dogs at the Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge prompting staff to close some areas to visitors out of caution as the disease poses the potential to impact pets and less likely people.Nov 25 2008 Colonies also exist on public landssuch as the Rita Blanca National Grjewellands in Dallam county Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in Bailey county and Buffalo Lake NWR in Randall County. Based on a survey conducted by TPWD it is estimated that about 170000 acres of prairie dog towns still exist in Texas.Author The Green PlanetAnd an outbreak in a prairie dog town in Texas at the Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge near Muleshoe has park officials closing a portion of the Refuge. There are an average of seven human cases every year in the United States and 1000 to 2000 cases reported worldwide with the highest incidences in Africa.

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