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January 24, 2011 in Outdoors
Safari Club International Central Washington Chapter photo

After being captured and tagged in a helicopter roundup in Nevada on Jan. 14, volunteers load a doe into one of three stock trailers for transport and release in Washington. A total of 99 pronghorns were released on the Yakama Indian Reservation in the first phase of re-introducing the species to the state.

Safari Club International Central Washington Chapter photo

A doe pronghorn makes tracks at her new home on the Yakama Indian Reservation on Jan. 16, 2011, in an evening release southwest of Mabton, Wash., after being captured in Nevada and transported in stock trailers by Safari Club International volunteers and the Yakama Tribe.

January 23, 2011 in Outdoors
Associated Press photo

Pronghorns were herded by helicopter in Nevada on Jan. 15 before being netted and captured for transfer to Washington, where 99 of the prairie speedsters were released on the Yakama Indian Reservation.

Safari Club International-Central Washington photo

Pronghorns captured in Nevada on Jan. 15, 2011, were ear-tagged and loaded into stock trailers for relocation to the Yakama Indian Reservation in Washington.