A Shot For Life
Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, Colorado
Black-footed ferrets, our most endangered mammal, are vulnerable to sylvatic plague, rabies, and a host of other diseases that can be transferred from prairie dogs, their primary prey. This juvenile ferret was trapped in the early morning hours of an autumn night, anesthetized, immunized, and allowed to wake up slowly before being returned to its same burrow before sunrise. Biologists are working on new, less costly immunization strategies as we work to stabilize the ferret population, now around 2,000 individuals in the wild. Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.
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