Posts tagged: pronghorn
WILDLIFE — I go home to my hunting roots in Montana every year at this time, and the photo below (click continue reading) by Montana outdoor photographer Jaime Johnson illustrates one of the reasons why.
A photo I made from my annual Montana hunting trip, above, illustrates several more reasons.
Read on for a few biological pointers on why the pronghorn (also called antelope) is so special.
HUNTING — Last winter took a serious toll on deer and pronghorns in parts of Eastern Montana.
The ripple effect has translated into a sharp decline in sales of big-game tags in some areas. The next hit will be to local economies that rely on the traditional spike in business hunters normally bring to small Montana towns.
Read the story from the Billings Gazette.