Texas Pronghorn Restoration Moving Forward
Over the course of two years, 400 pronghorn will be captured from the Texas Panhandle and relocated to the Tans-Pecos Region. The project has come together through an interagency cooperation between the Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Sul Ross State University. OA Online has the complete story.
“We plan to capture no more than 10 percent of the animals from any standing herd,” said Dr. Louis Harveson, professor of Natural Resource Sciences and director of the Borderlands Research Institute at Sul Ross. He is also a member of the Trans-Pecos Pronghorn Working Group. “This will barely scratch the surface of the pronghorn population (near Dalhart), but it will help to relieve some of the pressure.