We all have "pet-projects" but few would go this far. To save the black-tailed Prairie Dog from extinction, Clapp and Edwards trapped two critters and created Prairie Dog Town in 1935. Clapp oversaw PDT's operation and successful preservation of the cute but pesky mammals until his death in 1969. Amazing what a few good hearted people can do if they... 更多
My wife loves to go and see the Prairie Dogs in the park. We go there every time we are in Lubbock. Brings back old memories from the 1950's.
This is a very god place to spend your time in Lubbock, Tx.; you can watch in their habitat a lot of Prairie Dogs, they are very friendly and you can get closer to them.
Prairie Dog Town is inside McKenzie Park, right off the highway and easy to find. We went in the morning and all the prairie dogs were sitting up, looking around. We forgot carrots but improvised with a granola bar, that worked! After trying to infiltrate the critters bypassing the fence, one called the warring and they all quickly hid, I... 更多
This is a neat place to stop for 15 minutes. Bring some baby carrots with you to feed the prairie dogs- they will come running out of their holes to get some food!
I had heard about Prairie Dog Town for years, and had to see it. Great experience and good to witness the saving of these animals and the conservation efforts that started in the 1930s.
Cute small attraction. Many, many Prairie dogs to see. Next to a driving range in Mackenzie Park. Signs tell about the history of the park. There is a roof over an area for shade. Good to visit when it's sunny and hot. The people there threw out dog food for the Prairie dogs and they all came running. Adorable.