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Synonyms for pronghorn

fleet antelope-like ruminant of western North American plains with small branched horns

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The bottom wire was also raised to 16 off the ground to allow pronghorn, which need space to crawl under fences, to pass easily under it.
Key words: Antilocapra americana, diet composition, diet quality, foraging, migration, Pronghorn, Yellowstone National Park
Previously, my love of bowhunting elk in September had precluded attempting an archery pronghorn hunt.
For my first pronghorn, I'll always owe a great deal to Amanda and Jordan, who graciously gave me their time and knowledge.
The fastest land mammal in the Western Hemisphere, and the second fastest land mammal in the world only behind the cheetah of the African Savannah, the pronghorn antelope (Antilocapra americana) isn't actually an antelope after all.
NYSE: MDU), has signed a purchase and sale agreement to sell its 50 percent non-operating ownership interest in the Pronghorn natural gas processing plant near Belfield, North Dakota.
In 2013, the largest pronghorn in recorded history was taken in New Mexico.
Pronghorn are especially sensitive to stress and mortality from capture (Kreeger et al.
Here in Montana (and in Keith's Idaho) a mature pronghorn buck usually measures about 15 inches from the bottom of the chest to the top of the back.
These first three Pronghorn wells are among the company's best performing wells in the D-J Basin, yielding 24-hour peak initial production rates as estimated by the Company of 529.
Sources of mortality for adult pronghorn include predation (Cannon, 1995; Sievers, 2004; Jacques and Jenks, 2008; Barnowe-Meyer et al.
Each day I get to train my binoculars on extraordinary wildlife like the pronghorn as part of a field course in geology, ecology, politics, and philosophy created by the University of Pittsburgh Honors College.
com)-- Specialist hunting guides Magnum Guide Service have recently announced the organization will again be offering their exceptionally popular pronghorn antelope hunts for the 2012-2013 season.
The iconic pronghorn antelope once thrived in West and Central Texas, but it's quickly disappearing.
The article reminded me of a pronghorn hunt I was on in Wyoming.