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pronghorn antelope

a fast-moving, wild North American ruminant with hollow core, branched horns which shed their outer sheath each year. Called also Antilocapra americana.
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Last year, thousands of pronghorn were stacked up along this fence, unable to cross, said BLM Wildlife Biologist Destin Harrell, who organized the workday.
The rolling grasslands and shrub-steppe communities occupied by Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) are often strongly influenced by plant phenology and abiotic conditions (Yoakum 2004a).
Fortunately, my hunting area had lots of sagebrush hills and valleys that would be more conducive to spotting and stalking than the flatlands common to a lot of pronghorn habitat.
Caption: During their August 2016 pronghorn hunt in Montana, Jessica DeLorenzo (left) and Amanda Caldwell covered lots of ground while glassing for antelope and making numerous stalks in an effort to get within bow range.
Currently, there are over 3,600 pronghorns in the Boone & Crockett records book.
Here, we examine the use of fecal pellet dimensions of endangered Sonoran pronghorn Antilocapra americana sonoriensis to distinguish between fawns, yearlings and adults.
Over the next few years my scope's reticle helped several people take pronghorn bucks they probably would have missed, and helped me take some of my own, including my then-biggest at 430 yards, as well as finishing off a buck at 550 yards, wounded by a client.
Pronghorn in Custer State Park (CSP), South Dakota, are near the northeastern edge of pronghorn range, at the ecotone between the southern Black Hills and the Great Plains.
Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) offer a wonderful illustration, for there are some creatures like this whose trajectories through time are so dramatic and emblematic of the nature of life that they awaken in us a reason to appreciate every creature on Earth.
The pronghorn antelope hunts conducted by the experts at Magnum Guide Service embrace and preserve the tradition of fair chase hunting.