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  • The perilous journey of Wyoming's migrating pronghorn

    The perilous journey of Wyoming's migrating pronghorn

    Along the 120-mile-long "Path of the Pronghorn," migrating animals cross rivers, dodge traffic, battle blizzards and navigate the infrastructure of Wyoming energy development.

  • Becoming pronghorn: an essay

    Becoming pronghorn: an essay

    Remembering wildlife biologist James Yoakum, who loved to study pronghorn

  • Surprises flow from Ruby Pipeline

    Surprises flow from Ruby Pipeline

    A conservation fund provided by an energy company enrages ranchers across Oregon, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming.

  • Industry walks a fuzzy line between preservation and extortion

    EnCana Oil and Gas offers to pay for offsite mitigation in Wyoming in exchange for intensive drilling rights in the Jonah Field

  • The grasslands — humanity's big backyard

    In Sonoita Plain: Views from a Southwestern Grassland, biologists Carl and Jane Bock convey the subtle beauty of the wildlife and people of Arizona’s Sonoita Valley.

  • Animal migration occurs all around us and yet remains a mystery

    Animal migration occurs all around us and yet remains a mystery

    Sandhill cranes and pronghorn antelope are among the many creatures that make long and arduous seasonal migrations across the West.

  • American Speedster

    In Built for Speed: A Year in the Life of Pronghorn, zoology professor John Byers offers a glimpse into the life of North America’s fastest mammal

  • Heard Around the West

    Fat bears; La Verkin welcomes U.N.; Boise, Utah; scratch ‘n’ sniff for rural newcomers; pronghorn vs. antelope; clear-thinking kids thwart crazy bus driver; and global warming is good for wine

  • The Last Open Range

    Wyoming’s Green Mountain Common Allotment is one of the West’s last big, wide-open landscapes – but these days, ranchers, environmentalists, history buffs and the BLM are arguing over whether it’s time to start putting up fences

  • Follow-up

    Immigrants rush to cross U.S.-Mexico border for work visas; housing development threatens antelope migration corridor near Pinedale, Wyo.; Jim Hansen and Olene Walker lose Utah gubernatorial primary; and outdoor equipment manufacturers ask Forest Service

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