Adopt a Pronghorn

Pronghorns are found only in North America and are related to goats and antelope. Their habitat consists of open plains, fields, grasslands, brush, deserts and basins. They are great distance runners and can travel at speeds up to 60 miles per hour. Pronghorns have the longest land migration in the continental United States, migrating between Wyoming's Upper Green River Basin and Grand Teton National Park. This 300 mile roundtrip requires crossing government land, private lands and ranches with major threats to this species from cars, impassable fences and development. The National Wildlife Federation and its affiliates are working hard to create wildlife corridors for pronghorns and other migratory wildlife to help reduce conflicts between animals and people. Two subspecies of pronghorns are on the endangered Species List – the Peninsular pronghorn and the Sonoran pronghorn. Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife. Adopt a pronghorn today!

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