Fact Sheet Nov 10, 2011

On the Ground Solutions: Saving Pronghorn

On the Ground Solutions (569 KB)

Our national parks are integral parts of a larger landscape and are deeply connected and vital to the health of surrounding wild lands and gateway communities. In Greater Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park’s 2.2 million acres serve as the core for a diversity of wildlife species that spend part of the year inside the park but must access vital seasonal habitat outside the park to survive.

As wildlife move from one place to another they do not distinguish between state, federal and private land; they go where there is habitat. Conserving pronghorn migration on public and private lands outside of the Yellowstone National Park offers the last best hope for this iconic population.

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