2 edition of Habitat management guides for the American pronghorn antelope found in the catalog.
Habitat management guides for the American pronghorn antelope
James D. Yoakum
by U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Denver Service Center in Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||by Jim Yoakum.|
|Series||Technical note / U.S. Dept. of the Interior-Bureau of Land Management -- 347., Technical note (United States. Bureau of Land Management) -- 347.|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management. Denver Service Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
Pronghorn are one of the only remaining large animals endemic to the Great Plains. Running at speeds of up to 60 miles per hour, they are also one of North America’s fastest land mammals. One herd has been shown to undertake the continent’s second longest land migration (of up to miles round-trip). Pronghorn, (Antilocapra americana), North American hoofed mammal, the sole living member of the old ruminant family Antilocapridae (order Artiodactyla). It is the only animal that has branching horns and sheds them annually. This graceful denizen of .
Pronghorn Fleet-footed pronghorns are among the speediest animals in North America. They can run at more than 53 miles an hour, leaving pursuing coyotes and bobcats in the dust. Pronghorn antelope, being the smallest North American big game ruminant, are about three feet (one meter) tall at the shoulders and about feet ( meters) long. By weight, males are on average larger, pounds (54 kilograms), than females .
Arizona Draw Tag Trophy Pronghorn Hunts Price: $5, Hunts Dates: September Description: We put an insane amount of time into finding the biggest bucks possible on these hunts. On this hunt we routinely take some of the biggest record book antelope killed in the state each year. All or part of this operation is conducted on Public Lands under a special permit from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. Guided Pronghorn Hunts Pronghorn Antelope Hunts on Eastern Colorado Private Ranches.
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Get this from a library. Habitat management guides for the American pronghorn antelope. [James D Yoakum; United States. Bureau of Land Management. Denver Service Center.]. Pronghorn Slayer: Pronghorn Hunting Log Book – Hunting Journal – Notebook for Pronghorn Antelope Hunter – Hunting Diary - cm x cm (6” x 9”) - Pages – Record your hunts by Lesco Design | Thirty years in the making, Pronghorn: Ecology and Management contains the most comprehensive information on the behavior, physiology, migration, taxonomy, and management of this extraordinary animal.
Full chapters are devoted to distribution, nutrition and food, diseases and parasites, ecosystem management, hunting, and much more/5(2). Pronghorn antelope hunting is a classic of the American West.
The animals are numerous in most prairie states and provinces, including Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, South Dakota, Montana and Alberta. Being exclusively a North American species, the Pronghorn Antelope can’t be hunted anywhere else in the world.
GENERAL DISTRIBUTION: Pronghorn occur from southern Alberta and Saskatchewan south to northern Sonora and Chihuahua, Mexico; west to eastern Oregon and notheastern California; and east to mid-state regions of North Dakota, South Dakota, and Texas. There are small, contiguous populations in extreme western Oklahoma and Nebraska  and small, isolated populations in.
The pronghorn (UK: / ˈ p r ɒ ŋ h ɔːr n /, US: / ˈ p r ɔː ŋ-/) (Antilocapra americana) is a species of artiodactyl (even-toed, hoofed) mammal indigenous to interior western and central North not an antelope, it is often known colloquially in North America as the American antelope, prong buck, pronghorn antelope, prairie antelope, or simply antelope because it Class: Mammalia.
Management and research techniques described in this chapter are commonly applied in Wyoming. Appropriate timeframes for surveys and management activities are depicted in Table 1.
For more comprehensive discussions about life history and management of pronghorn, consult Big Game of North America: Ecology and Management (Schmidt and Gilbert Habitat Management Guides for the American Pronghorn Antelope Yoakum 12/ BLM Technical Note Erosion Condition Classification System Clark 10/ BLM Technical Note Raptor Management: The State of the Art in Olendorff 10/ BLM Technical Note The Common Raven Knight 10/ BLM Technical Note McCutchen, H.E.
Aging pronghorn antelope by the incisor cementum. M.S. Thesis, University of Montana, Missoula. 49 pp. Mcgowan, T. A.,Antelope Management and BLM'S Wildlife Habitat Management Planning System; McNay, M.
A study of the causes for poor pronghorn fawn-doe ratios on the Charles Sheldon Antelope Refuge, Nevada. Pronghorn Management Guides.
Fifth edition. and certain crops such as wheat can provide important habitat for pronghorn, as we have shown. However, widespread conversion of. The properties are ideal habitat for antelope and several hundred make these ranches their home.
Non-resident antelope license are by drawing only and are usually 10% success or less. The first 2 mule deer hunts of the season coincide with the antelope season, and any successful antelope hunter is charged an additional $ trophy fee.
Buy American Pronghorn () (): Social Adaptations and the Ghosts of Predators Past: NHBS - John A Byers, University of Chicago PressPrice Range: £ - £ UPLAND WILDLIFE HABITAT MANAGEMENT (Acre) Code Texas Supplement, Zone 1 PRONGHORN ANTELOPE Habitat Requirements Cover The pronghorn antelope prefers open, rolling landscapes where it is able to utilize its keen eyesight and speed for protection.
Areas of brushy cover are utilized for protection during fawning and new born fawns. High. Conservation efforts in the ’s, 30’s and 40’s in addition to the antelope’s ability to adapt to changing environmental conditions have contributed to a healthy population throughout Nevada.
Management & Conservation: The Nevada Department of Wildlife maintains and continually updates a species management plan for Pronghorn Antelope.
hunting pronghorn antelope, colorado, lodging, cabins. Archery: Aug 15 – 31, (bucks only) Sept 1 – 20, (either sex).
Pronghorn antelope are the fastest runners in North America, clocked at speeds of up to kilometers per hour. Yet none of their current predators can come close to running this fast.
Pronghorn also gather in groups, a behavior commonly viewed as a "safety in numbers" defense. But again, none of their living predators are fearsome enough to merit such a this. Many of the 90 inch bucks taken are never entered into an official record book, but we feel the bucks should be recognized.
The records books used include Boone & Crockett, Safari Club International, and many of the individual state organized records books. Cover title Release10/30/70 At head of title: Species life history and habitat requirements Bibliography: p. Pages: Pronghorn Antelope Research Antilocapra americana John Byers is an animal behaviorist primarily interested in behavioral development, play, sexual selection and female mate choice and has maintained a study of a population of pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) on the National Bison Range in western Montana since A geographically and genetically distinct sub-species of pronghorn, the Sonoran pronghorn is smaller and lighter in color and is adapted for survival in desert conditions.
The males weigh up to lbs. and females up to lbs. Pronghorn are slightly smaller than a white-tailed deer with a shoulder-height of about three feet. The antelope, or more accurately, the pronghorn, is a unique species to North America.
Historically pronghorn ranged throughout the western three-fourths of Kansas and were considered nearly as numerous as bison. But by the late s and early s, unregulated harvest reduced pronghorn to the western border of the state.With great enthusiasm, we share your interest in Wyoming's great outdoors!
As third and fourth generation Wyoming natives, enjoying Wyoming's back- country and big game hunting has long been a family tradition. Outfitting isn't just a job for us, it's a way of life. We are full-time, professional outfitters and we enjoy sharing our life-style and expertise with others.The model was developed based on the habitat requirements of pronghorn.
The species is common in Utah, where it can be found in desert, grassland, and sagebrush habitats. Pronghorn are often found in small groups and are most active during the day.
Breeding takes place in the fall and the fawns (usually twins) are born in spring.