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Posted
03/07/2016
Sonoran Pronghorn Recovery (6:29)
Partners: Arizona Game and Fish, Bureau of Land Management, Department of Defense, and others


Overview

the wild Sonoran pronghorn population reached a low of just 21 individuals in 2002. Thanks to the efforts of Arizona Game and Fish and other conservation partners, the endangered animal is making a comeback. Twenty-six pronghorn were recently released into the wild, bringing the population up to approximately 300 individuals.

Last updated: March 7, 2017