Pronghorn Spatial Ecology in Western Nebraska
In the winter of 2021, Nebraska researchers began a two-year project that tracked and studied pronghorn across the state. The study aimed at understanding pronghorn movement patterns and resource selection, identifying migration corridors and critical ranges, and evaluating the distribution and survival of pronghorn across the landscape throughout the seasons. In this interview, Katie Piecora, a Master's student on the project, shares some of their findings and what those findings could mean for pronghorn in Nebraska. This project was funded by and carried out in partnership with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
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