Pronghorn management guides. Fifth edition
JORGE DE JESUS CANCINO HERNANDEZ
ADRIAN MUNGUIA VEGA
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"The Pronghorn Workshop began in 1965 as the Antelope States Workshop and currently meets every even year. Attendees represent western state and provincial wildlife agencies, federal land and wildlife agencies, universities and colleges, wildlife consultants, and private conservationists from southern Canada, northern Mexico, and the western United States. The Workshop's goals are to exchange information and encourage the perpetuation of sustainable wild herds of pronghorn. Workshops are held in different locations to present technical and scientific data, and conduct field trips. This information is assembled into proceedings, which provide "state of the art" knowledge on pronghorn and their habitats. In addition, the workshop periodically publishes “Pronghorn Management Guides”, providing a compendium of suggested practices and techniques for managing pronghorn and pronghorn habitat."
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