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Path of the Pronghorn — Leading to New Passages: Part 3

For more than a decade, scientists from the Wildlife Conservation Society have conducted research and worked with partners to protect pronghorn migration to and from Grand Teton National Park along a more than 100-mile long migration corridor known as the Path of the Pronghorn. The animals migrate along this corridor between summer range in and around Grand Teton National Park and winter range in the Upper Green River Valley south of Trapper’s Point in western Wyoming. If this migration corridor is severed, pronghorn will be lost from Grand Teton National Park.

Path of the Pronghorn Leading To New Passages – Part 2

WCS Scientists blog from the field in a 2-part series that looks at pronghorn encountering difficult highway crossing points during their fall migration. The animals get a glimpse of the construction of underpasses and overpasses meant to keep wildlife and motorists off a collision course.

Path of the Pronghorn Leading To New Passages

WCS Scientists blog from the field in a 2-part series that looks at pronghorn encountering difficult highway crossing points during their fall migration. The animals get a glimpse of the construction of underpasses and overpasses meant to keep wildlife and motorists off a collision course.

Pronghorn Obstacle Course

Photograph by Joe Riis – See More Pronghorn Migration Photos It’s almost autumn, and if you’re a pronghorn snacking on the grasslands of Grand Teton National Park, you’re probably starting to think about heading south for the winter. Soon, you and thousands of your closest brethren will begin the third longest overland mammal migration in…