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.
Thus, we come to appreciate the pronghorn
and all living species for what they are in themselves, if we simply realize the astonishing dimensionality exclusive to each.
is famous for being the fastest-running mammal in North America.
of the migratory corridor have been used by pronghorn
for more than 6000
In 2008 and 2009, Joe Riis, a 26-year-old photographer, and Emeline Ostlind, a journalist and naturalist, followed the pronghorn
to illustrate the herd's increasingly perilous journey through its migration corridor.
on the ground had been partially consumed; all that remained was the head and four limbs held together by dorsal skin, backbone, pelvis, and ribcage.
The Sonoran pronghorn
is one of five subspecies of pronghorn
(Antilocapra Americana)--North America's fastest land animal and the world's second-fastest after the cheetah.
Natural selection may have honed the pronghorn
to a razor edge and judicious breeding improved the thoroughbred to an unparalleled degree, but the moggy is the real guv'nor of the natural world if the effort-to-reward ratio is taken to be the acid test.
In November 2006, the Fish and Wildlife Service released the first ever captive-bred endangered Sonoran pronghorn
(Antilocapra americana sonoriensis) into their historic Arizona habitat.
Weatherby will award a hunter and firearms retailer the opportunity to bag a pronghorn
antelope and mule deer buck in the Vanguard Challenge Sweepstakes.
Offering an introduction to a multitude of animals and plants ranging from the lemming, the river otter, and the blue crab, to the ground squirrel, the mountain ash tree, and the pronghorn
antelope, The Nature Treasury offers an introductory education to the wildlife and wildlife habitats.
The endangered Sonoran pronghorn
(Antilocapra americana sonoriensis) of Arizona and Mexico is among one of the Department of Defense's most eye-catching tenants.
(Antilocapra americana) translocations to southern California and the establishment of captive populations of endangered desert pronghorn
have revived interest in the historical occurrence of pronghorn
in the Californias.
Not one pronghorn
did I spy galloping across the prairie.
Previously, Air Force officials had reported that 32 percent of their live-fire missions were either cancelled or moved due to the presence of the pronghorn