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UPDATED: Sun., Aug. 25, 2019, 8:21 p.m.

Idaho works to identify pronghorn migration patterns

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is fitting pronghorns with tracking collars to better understand migration patterns.


State joins tribes, sportsmen in reintroduction of native ‘speed goats’

North America’s fastest land animal, the pronghorn antelope, is getting some traction in Washington.


Pronghorns released on Colville Reservation doing well

Pronghorns and the State of Washington aren’t often used in the same sentence. There was a time, many decades past, when Washington did have pronghorns but they were essentially extirpated …


2011: Speedy pronghorns reintroduced into Washington

Pronghorns reasserted themselves as the fastest land mammals in Washington in January, thanks to a sportsmen’s group that joined with the Yakama Nation for an end run around state bureaucracy …


Pronghorns released for new start on Yakama Indian Reservation

Pronghorns are reasserting themselves as the fastest land mammals in Washington, thanks to a sportsmen’s group that joined with the Yakama Nation for an end run around state bureaucracy and …


Pronghorn quiz

Pronghorn quiz


Game relocation science vastly improved

Washington doesn’t have a good record for trying to reintroduce pronghorns, but state wildlife officials say improved techniques give the Yakama Nation a good chance of making the latest attempt …


Nevada glad to provide ‘lopers’

Nevada was more than happy to share its pronghorns with Washington last weekend. “We have really good summer range but limited winter range, so we don’t want our herd to …