Identification Of Migration Corridors And Movement Patterns Of American Pronghorn

Long-distance migration by terrestrial mammals has been described by Berger (2004) as one of the most spectacular and imperiled ecological phenomena. Long-distance migration has been defined as one-way migration of > 60 miles, and many of Nevada’s big game species, including pronghorn and mule deer, exhibit long-distance migration within the state. (full article)