The black-footed ferret (Mustela nigripes), also known as the American polecat or
prairie dog hunter, is a species of mustelid native to central North America.
Learn about the size, diet, population, range, behavior and other fascinating facts
about black-footed ferrets.
May 12, 2014 ... Black-footed ferret facts and the Northern Great Plains.
The black-footed ferret is a member of the weasel family (mustelids). It has a long
neck and black markings on its face, the tip of its tail and on its feet. It is very ...
The black-footed ferret is a member of the mustelidae of weasel family. It has a
long body and yellowish-brown fur with a blackish wash on its back. It is about ...
Black Footed Ferret - a not so happy existance... its a wonder that they are still
with us today!
Black-footed Ferret Fun Facts • The black-footed ferret is considered to be one of
the most endangered mammals in the world. • Black-footed ferrets are adapted ...
The Black-footed Ferret is an endangered species of small mammals that were
considered to be extinct in 1979 for its apparent unavailability, until it was.
Black-footed ferret peeks out of a burrow / Mike Lockhart, USFWS. Learning to
hunt a prairie dog. Mike Lockhart, USFWS. Black-footed ferret in the wild.
The rarest native mammal in the United States, the black-footed ferret is a short-
legged, slender-bodied weasel. It measures just 1 1/2 feet (46 cm) nose to tail.