RES biologists conducted a successful prairie dog relocation of 151 individuals from the urban Armory site in north Boulder to a large grassland habitat in southern Boulder County, Colorado. Trapping success was extremely high and RES was able to relocate 95+% of the population within the first two days. According to the City of Boulder, within a month after the prairie dogs were relocated, a Burrowing Owl and other wildlife species were observed utilizing the newly formed colony.

For more information on Roe Ecological Services’ prairie dog relocations go HERE.

For more information from the City of Boulder on this relocation, go HERE.

(NOTE: Flushing, a methodology not generally recommended by RES, was performed by a separate contractor at the end of the project for those few prairie dogs that were untrappable.)