We saw Pronghorn in all three of the national parks that we visited.
We also now recognize them as we travelled the Interstates going 90+ mph (legally).
We felt grateful for the game underpasses that are built so that wildlife like Pronghorn can cross the road right-of-way safely.
Pronghorn are sometimes called Antelope, especially where Bison roam and playful Mule Deer live. (sorry, I just had to do that!)
Pronghorn seemed to be abundant along the highways in places.
They seemed to catch the rays in the early morn and again at twilight.
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