Chipper the Prairie Dog Series..


Long-time educator supporting individualized learning for all students. Earned BS in elementary education, Master's is Technology for Teachers, and Ph.D. in Computing Technology for Educators. Teaching experience in all grades from Pre-K to adult. Currently retired, but still involved in education through Learningbyts, as an educational consultant and CEO and author.

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  1. CybrScrybe says:

    I am looking forward to adding to these notes… Thought of another topic to write on… the prairie dogs are trying to move into our property….so how can we keep them on their side of the stream?

  2. CybrScrybe says:

    Chased a prairie dog across our property into a hole he had dug in our yard! Chippered at him and told him to stay away, then filled in the hole….. I don’t mind if they come on my property to eat grass, but digging holes is not allowed as they are dangerous to humans and dogs. But what can we do — aren’t they protected as an endangered species.. will have to do some research on that…


  3. Anita says:

    Please don’t poison the prarie dogs. Get a coyote….

  4. CybrScrybe says:


    Funny thing is… the prairie dogs have moved on to the property on the other side. They only left one hole active on our property that they use to eat the grasses here that are different in the field. I guess the dog coming out several times a day, and the occasional visit by the cat, deterred them from settling on our land.

    Of course, the fact that we dumped used cat litter down the holes was also a deterrent as I hear they hate cats!

  5. Triswanto says:

    I think that is really sweet. I love your book too. It is so funny. I am lokniog forward to reading Slipping. I’m glad I picked up Little Blog on the Prairie; now i have another author to love! Thanks for writing!

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