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Prairie Dogs You can

Prairie Dogs You can easily watch Prairie Dogs throughout Albuquerque - especially along Tramway.These charismatic, rabbit-size rodents live in underground burrows, extensive warrens of tunnels and chambers marked by many mounds of packed earth at their surface entrances. Other animals benefit from their labors. Burrows may be shared by snakes, burrowing owls, and even rare black-footed ferrets, which hunt prairie dogs in their own dwellings.

Acoma Acoma language enters the group of Keresan languages. In the contemporary culture of the Acoma people, most people speak both Acoma and English. Elders can also speak Spanish. The acoma (from 'akomé or a'aku "village of the white stone") is an Indian tribe of the group of Keresan languages and people culture that lives in New Mexico. They occupy the towns of Acoma, Acomita / Tichuna and MacCarthy / Santa Maria. Its language had about 1,696 speakers in 1980. According to data from the 1995 BIA, there were 6,344 registered to the tribal role, but according to the 2000 census, 4,628 individuals were registered. The town Acoma (county of Sandoval, New Mexico) has 2,802 inhabitants, with a settlement of more than 2000 years, being the oldest locality in the United States.

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