A new piece today from “Something Wild”. This series was produced back in the 80s by Kansas Fish & Game, now Parks & Wildlife.The pocket Gopher is always nearby in lawns and meadows; little mounds of fresh soil show where they’ve been digging. Read and learn and watch this space for more from the series.
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