Re: What time of the day are pronghorn most active
I live in the middle of pronghorn country. They do not have the same habits as deer. They can be seen browsing almost any time of the day during daylight hours. The only time I see them take cover is when its very hot, then I would look for them by water.
Pronghorn do not move around after dark. Don't know why, but I've never seen them - and have never run into one after dark on the road, unlike deer, who seem to be much more active from dusk and into the dark hours.
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