pronghorn antelope


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Noun1.pronghorn antelope - fleet antelope-like ruminant of western North American plains with small branched hornspronghorn antelope - fleet antelope-like ruminant of western North American plains with small branched horns
ruminant - any of various cud-chewing hoofed mammals having a stomach divided into four (occasionally three) compartments
Antilocapra, genus Antilocapra - type and sole genus of the Antilocapridae comprising one species
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For Jace, adventure is as accessible as the pronghorn antelope and mule deer that inhabit the sage-filled prairie outside his Colorado home.
Boise City, in the far western end of Oklahoma's Panhandle, just finished its pronghorn antelope hunting season, Barber said.
Iconic creatures such as the Peninsular Bighorn sheep, Mexican gray wolf and the Sonoran pronghorn antelope -- all of which are already endangered -- would see their populations dangerously fragmented by a wall, said the letter published in the journal BioScience.
IF YOU HAVE EVER driven an interstate highway in Wyoming, you have probably been amazed at the number of pronghorn antelope along the way.
Except for a couple of drastically hard-to-draw states known for trophy pronghorn, Wyoming is and always will be the destination for pronghorn antelope. Nonresident tags are initially given out via lottery, but many areas are under-prescribed every year and the leftover licenses are sold on a first come, first served bases.
I HEARD THEM BEFORE I saw them, thundering hooves kicking up shards of grass as a herd of 32 pronghorn antelope ran across a sweeping meadow in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
Forage use, water consumption, and productivity of pronghorn antelope in western Utah.
Erica Keen shot one of the best pronghorn antelope ever taken in Oklahoma, and now she's added the state's No.
Already some reserve lands are located along the migration route of tens of thousands of pronghorn antelope, which travel from their wintering grounds in central Montana to their fawning grounds in southern Canada each year.
Nearly 40 pronghorn antelope were captured and relocated from the Umatilla Chemical Depot to Malheur County on Wednesday, marking the end of an era for pronghorn at the depot.
Changes in mandibular dentition associated with age in pronghorn antelope. J.